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JOCET 2018 Vol.6(3): 204-208 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.18178/JOCET.2018.6.3.460

Economic Analysis on Electrolytic Hydrogen Production by Abandoned Wind Power

Guoxin He, Hongshui Lv, and Dongmei Yang
Abstract—The rationing situation of abandoned wind power in the "Three North areas of China" (northeast, northwest and North China) is grim, and increasing the local electricity load is one of the exploring ways to promote the consumption for the nearest abandoned wind power. For water electrolysis power load with the grid adaptation, combined with domestic electric power system and market environment, we discuss economical efficiency in wind power direct supply mode, which put forward a general economical criterion. With consideration of the influence factors of wind power, such as intermittence and fluctuation, a comprehensive evaluation model of wind power hydrogen absorptive system has been established. Income returns have been calculated according to the general economical criteria, meanwhile, the sensitivity influence ofmain factors has been analyzed. A scheduling architecture is proposed from the perspective of power grid. Finally, a few suggestions about the construction of the demonstration project are given.

Index Terms—Water electrolysis, hydrogen production, wind power, economical efficiency.

Guoxin He and Dongmei Yang are with State Grid Electric Power Research Institute, Graduated from Sichuan University, China (e-mail: heguoxin@,
Hongshui Lv is with Institute of Power Electronics, the current State Grid Smart Grid Research Institute, China (e-mail:


Cite:Guoxin He, Hongshui Lv, and Dongmei Yang, "Economic Analysis on Electrolytic Hydrogen Production by Abandoned Wind Power," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 204-208, 2018.

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