Hydrogen Power Station

About the project

The genesis of the project

Common systems rely on the sale of energy at the time of its production, or storage and delivery at the statistically most favorable time. What is not taken into account, however, is that a large system is often not able to deliver all the power in one hour, but has to spread it over a larger number of hours. It's not like the same hours are always the best. Without appropriate forecasts, we also do not know what real amount of energy we can sell, so that we do not have to buy it from the network later for our own needs, when prices increase at a certain time of the day. Underestimation of all these elements can cause serious losses.

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