Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Chair of Renewable and Sustainable Energy Systems

Prof. Thomas Hamacher


Research

The ENS classifies itself at system level in order to use its competencies in the field of energy system modeling. Individual modeling results can also be examined in the CoSES (Center for Combined Smart Energy Systems) laboratory system.

Website: Research at ENS
Contact: Julia Gawlick

PtX Projects

Research, validation and implementation of "Power-to-X" concepts

Central research topics in the project network are: Electrolysis solutions for the production of H2 from renewable energy and further process routes.

Life cycle analysis and energy models

The contribution of the ENS on the one hand is the life cycle assessment (LCA) according to ISO14040 of PEM electrolysis in cluster A1. In addition, the ENS is involved in the roadmap process. The aim of the roadmap is to ensure comparability of cluster-specific results within the project. One component of this is a cross-cluster consistency of premises. In particular, the ENS provides an energy model in which the individual P2X technologies are integrated. This makes it easy to simulate predefined scenarios transparently over the entire project period

Type: Project within the Kopernikus-Strategy of the BMBF
Funding:  German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
Runtime: 09/2019-08/2022
Website: https://www.kopernikus-projekte.de/
Contact: Julia Gawlick
Additional information: TUM Cooperation Project

Publications

  • Bareiß, Kay; de la Rua, Cristina; Möckl, Maximilian; Hamacher, Thomas: Life cycle assessment of hydrogen from proton exchange membrane water electrolysis in future energy systems. Applied Energy 237, 2019, 862-872 more…
  • Ausfelder, Florian; Dura, Hanna Ewa; Bareiß, Kay; Schönleber, Konrad; Hamacher, Thomas et al.: 1. Roadmap des Kopernikus-Projektes „Power-to-X“: Flexible Nutzung erneuerbarer Ressourcen (P2X) – OPTIONEN FÜR EIN NACHHALTIGES ENERGIESYSTEM MIT POWER-TO-X TECHNOLOGIEN. , Ed.: Florian Ausfelder, Hanna Ewa Dura: DECHEMA, 2018, more…
  • Kay Bareiß, Konrad Schönleber, Thomas Hamacher: The Role of Hydrogen, Battery-Electric Vehicles and Heat as Flexibility Option in Future Energy Systems. 2018 20th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'18 ECCE Europe), 2018, P.1-P.10 more…
  • Bareiß, Kay; Schönleber, Konrad; Hamacher, Thomas: Szenarien für den Strommix zukünftiger, flexibler Verbraucher am Beispiel von P2X-Technologien. TUM - Lehrstuhl für Erneuerbare und Nachhaltige Energiesysteme, 2018, more…
  • Eypasch, Martin; Schimpe, Michael; Kanwar, Aastha; Hartmann, Tobias; Herzog, Simon; Frank, Torsten; Hamacher, Thomas: Model-based techno-economic evaluation of an electricity storage system based on Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers. Applied Energy 185, 2017, 320-330 more…
  • Hamacher, Thomas: Wasserstoff als strategischer Sekundärenergieträger. In: Wasserstoff und Brennstoffzelle. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2017 more…
  • Heilek, Christian; Kuhn, Philipp; Kühne, Maximilian: The Role of Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage in the Power System. In: Hydrogen and Fuel Cell. Springer Science + Business Media, 2016 more…
  • Felgenhauer, Markus; Hamacher, Thomas: State-of-the-art of commercial electrolyzers and on-site hydrogen generation for logistic vehicles in South Carolina. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40, 2015, 2084-2090 more…