Electrolysis and Methanation-Based Power-to-gas Technologies - Energy and Power Systems TOE

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Power-to-gas technologies can enable the integration of renewable technologies to utility power grid. They can be used to store the excess power generated in the form of hydrogen or natural gas. Electrolysers are used to convert the excess power generated to the hydrogen. Proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolysers or alkaline electrolysers or solid oxide electrolysers are used to generate hydrogen by the electrolysis of water. Hydrogen thus generated is either injected directly into the gas grids or stored to be used in the future. Sometimes, hydrogen is also allowed to react with carbon dioxide to generate methane and this process is known as methanation. Methanation can be achieved biologically or by thermo

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