Upgrading of Bio-Hydrogen applying Membrane Gas Permeation – A Simulative and Experimental Assessment
|Title||Upgrading of Bio-Hydrogen applying Membrane Gas Permeation – A Simulative and Experimental Assessment|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Conference||2014|
|Authors||Miltner M, Lassmann T, Makaruk A, Wukovits W, Harasek M, Friedl A|
|Conference Name||BiogasScience 2014, Vienna, Austria|
Hydrogen is often referred as one of the most promising energy carriers of the future. In fact, hydrogen has one of the highest known fuel mass specific energy densities and it can be converted to electrical power with relatively high efficiencies. The transition to a hydrogen-supported economy relies on the sufficient and economic provision of high-quality hydrogen gas. Nevertheless, only the sustainable production of hydrogen from renewable sources results in a climate-neutral energy system. Nowadays, the main production pathways for hydrogen are natural gas steam reforming and water electrolysis.