Título: "Applications of renewable hydrogen and derivatives: Technical-economic analysis for two Chilean cases".
Local: Sala H-115 do PET/UFRJ e Transmissão on-line
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Abstract: The presentation includes a brief description of Universidad Autónoma de Chile, the renewable potential of Chile and main projects develops in different region of the country. Furthermore, 2 studies cases related to the technical-economic analysis for a green ammonia production plant in Chile and its subsequent transport to Japan and the sustainability of hydrogen refuelling stations for trains using electrolysers.
Brief CV: Lorenzo Reyes-Bozo holds a Master's and a Doctorate in Engineering Sciences, specializing in Chemical Engineering. He has contributed to various programs and projects funded by both public and private sources, focusing on environmental management. His research interests encompass the implementation of industrial ecology strategies and cleaner production concepts within industrial processes. Further, he explores the utilization of renewable hydrogen, derived from renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power, as an energy carrier. With a remarkable publication record, including over 36 papers indexed in the Web of Science (WoS), 1 patent granted, 4 book chapters, and 2 books, as well as presenting at more than 85 congresses and conferences, his work has received 590 citations. Currently, he serves as the Director of the Energy and Sustainable Processes Research Group and as the Dean of the Engineering Faculty at Universidad Autónoma de Chile.