JOURNAL ARTICLES :
Yumeng Zhang, Ligang Wang, Ningling Wang, Liqiang Duan, Yi Zong, Shi You, François Maréchal, Jan Van herle, Yongping Yang. Balancing wind-power fluctuation via onsite storage under uncertainty: power-to-hydrogen-to-power versus lithium battery, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2019 (116), 109465.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2019.109465
Karen Pardos Olsen, Yi Zong, Shi You, Henrik Bindner, Matti Koivisto, Juan Gea-Bermúdez. Multi-timescale data-driven method identifying flexibility requirements for scenarios with high penetration of renewables, Applied Energy, 2020 (264), 114702. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.114702 (preprint here)
CONFERENCE AND WORKSHOP :
Presentation by DTU at the International Conference on Applied Energy 2019, Aug 12-15, 2019, Västerås, Sweden: Karen Pardos Olsen, Yi Zong, Shi You, Henrik Bindner, Matti Koivisto, Juan Gea-Bermúdez. Data-driven flexibility requirements for current and future scenarios with high penetration of renewables. Conference paper of the same work by DTU.
Presentation by EPFL at the workshop of Power production from biomass: Technological progress, perspective of development, Oct 10, 2019, Rotondella, Italy: Prof. Jan Van herle gave an overview of the W2G project.
Presentation by ENEA and EPFL at the event of EERA Joint Programmes FCH and Energy Storage with support from the Horizon 2020 project BALANCE entitled Putting the hydrogen into hybridization, Nov 05, 2019, Rome, Italy: how fuel cells and electrolysers can support energy storage: Dr. Alessandro Agostini and Dr. Ligang Wang gave two presentations about Techno-econmics and Sector Coupling and LCA of FCH: latest developments related to the W2G project.
Presentation by EPFL at the Joint EERA – SmiLES Workshop on Hybrid Energy and Energy Storage Systems, Nov 07-08, 2019, Rome, Italy: Dr. Ligang Wang attended the workshop and introduced the W2G project to the audience.
Presentation by EPFL at the EPFL-NCEPU workshop on Energy Research, Nov 29, 2019, North China Electric Power University in Beijing, China: Prof. Jan Van herle gave a technical overview of the W2G project.