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Energy conversion technologies in SES-ETH

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Description Data for energy conversion technologies (feedstock, product, costs and efficiencies) in Switzerland for the year 2060 - Assumption in SES-ETH model
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Sources Bauer et al. (2017). Potentials, costs and environmental assessment of electricity generation technologies. Paul Scherrer Institut
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Christensen, A., 2020. Assessment of Hydrogen Production Costs from Electrolysis: United States and Europe. International Council on Clean Transportation
IEA, 2019. The Future of Hydrogen - Seizing today’s opportunities. Technical Report. IEA
Schildhauer, T.J., 2018. Biosynthetic Natural Gas (Bio-SNG). Springer New York, New York, NY
NREL, 2011. Hydrogen Production Cost Estimate Using Biomass Gasification. National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Ro, K.S., Cantrell, K., Elliott, D., Hunt, P.G., 2007. Catalytic Wet Gasification of Municipal and Animal Wastes. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 46, 8839-8845
Witte, J., Kunz, A., Biollaz, S.M., Schildhauer, T.J., 2018. Direct catalytic methanation of biogas - part II: Techno-economic process assessment and feasibility reflections. Energy Conversion and Management 178, 26 – 43
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Energy conversion technologies in SES-ETH (energy-conversion-technologies-ses-eth.csv)

Field Name Type (Format) Description
Technology string Name of the technology
Fuel/Feedstock string Fuel or feedstock
Product string Type of product (output) stream
Investment cost-reference (CHF/kW) number Reference investment cost (CHF/kW)
Investment cost-low (CHF/kW chem LHV) number Low investment cost (CHF/kW chem LHV)
Investment cost-high (CHF/kW chem LHV) number High investment cost (CHF/kW chem LHV)
Efficiency electricity (%) number Efficiency for the production of electricity (%)
Efficiency high temperature heat (%) number Efficiency for the production of high temperature heat (%)
Efficiency medium temperature heat (%) number Efficiency for the production of medium temperature heat (%)
Efficiency low temperature heat (%) number Efficiency for the production of low temperature heat (%)
Efficiency hydrogen (%) number Efficiency for the production of hydrogen (%)
Efficiency biofuel (%) number Efficiency for the production of biofuels (%)
Electricity use (MWhel/MWh) number Electricity use (MWhel/MWh)
Reference string Literature reference
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