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Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Options

Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Options

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Cost of Some Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Options

•With current technologies, on a well-to-tank basis, hydrogen is likely to be at least twice as costly as gasoline.
•With current technologies, the hydrogen delivery infrastructure to serve 40% of the light duty fleet is likely tocost over $500 billion.
•For up to 7.5 blnGJ (7 Q) of cumulative hydrogen production, the decentralized path is lowest cost.
•For more than 13.6 blnGJ (13 Q), of cumulative production, the resource-centered path is lowest.
Cost of Some Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Options

•With current technologies, on a well-to-tank basis, hydrogen is likely to be at least twice as costly as gasoline.
•With current technologies, the hydrogen delivery infrastructure to serve 40% of the light duty fleet is likely tocost over $500 billion.
•For up to 7.5 blnGJ (7 Q) of cumulative hydrogen production, the decentralized path is lowest cost.
•For more than 13.6 blnGJ (13 Q), of cumulative production, the resource-centered path is lowest.

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Argonne National LaboratoryTransportation Technology R&D Center
Cost of Some Hydrogen Fuel Infrastructure Options 
Marianne MintzStephen FolgaJohn MolburgJerry GilletteTransportation Research BoardJanuary 16, 2002
 
Argonne National LaboratoryTransportation Technology R&D Center
Focus of Presentation Is on: 
Cost modeling processPathways Components Arrangement –Key assumptionsHydrogen delivery volumesIllustrative component cost analysesResults
 
Argonne National LaboratoryTransportation Technology R&D Center
Cost Modeling Was Conducted Via a Five-Step Process 
Define paths –NG compression, storage and transport –Hydrogen production –H2 compression, storage and transport –Hydrogen dispensingDetermine “tank-in” fuel requirement –HFCV market penetration & efficiencySize pathway componentsEstimate component costsCalculate pathway costs (NICC model)

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