Sustainable Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Distribution – A Systematic Review for Newfoundland and Labrador

  •  Priya Sakthi    
  •  Davoud Ghahremanlou    
  •  Abdullah Bin Abdul Qavi Lardi    


Growing concerns over climate change and reliance on fossil fuels bring further attention towards sustainable energy sources. This has been amplified by the recent Russia-Ukraine war. Hydrogen from renewable sources is a promising response to the existing concerns. Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) is an encouraging location for producing hydrogen due to its natural resources. Furthermore, its geopolitical situation positions NL to be superbly situated to help alleviate the current energy crisis in Europe. To have sustainable hydrogen production and supply from NL it is essential to utilize the available resources. Therefore, this paper systematically reviews all scientific papers on NL hydrogen production, storage, and distribution. The papers are reviewed from hydrogen sources, production methods and technologies, storage methods, transportation, transmission, optimization, and sustainability perspectives across NL. Finally, some insights for academics, government, and industry sectors are provided based on our results.

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