With the growing interest on Electric Vehicles and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles, the coordinated planning and strategy in building infrastructure and networks to support successful adoption of these mobility are super important. Join us to hear from Dr Jeremy Qiu, our Chief Investigator who will unfold the interconnected aspects of Fuel Cell Vehicles and integration and coordination of different types of energy networks, including coordinated hydrogen, network electricity network and transportation network.
Jing Qiu (Senior Member, IEEE) is currently a Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at the University of Sydney, Australia. He obtained his B.Eng. degree in electrical and control engineering from Shandong University, China, M.Sc. degree in environmental policy and management, majoring in carbon financing in the power sector, from The University of Manchester, U.K., and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from The University of Newcastle, Australia, in 2008, 2010 and 2014 respectively. His areas of interest include power system planning, data-driven energy market analysis, and artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted energy pricing and trading strategies. He is the Editorial Board Member of IET Renewable Power Generation and Energy Conversion and Economics.
As the world strives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change, hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) offer a promising alternative to the conventional internal combustion engines and battery-electric vehicles. This talk will cover the interconnected aspects of FCVs and focus on the integration and coordination of different types of energy networks, including coordinated hydrogen network planning with the electricity network, integrated vulnerability assessment of hydrogen, electricity, and transportation networks, hydrogen pricing for FCVs, and charging/refueling navigation for plug-in hybrid hydrogen and electric vehicles (PH2EVs). Considering the economic viability of FCVs, this talk will also investigate hydrogen pricing models. Factors such as production costs, infrastructure investments, and market demand are analyzed to develop fair and sustainable pricing mechanisms. The findings will inform policymakers, industry stakeholders, and researchers, enabling the development of strategies that foster the efficient operation of FCVs, contribute to sustainable hydrogen economy, and reduce carbon emissions.
Further information: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/10002333