- Orkney Innovation Consortium Energy Audit
- Fintry Smart Meter Feasibility Study
- Foula Electricity Trust Phase 3 Upgrade
- Hoy Grid-Smart Demand Side Management
- Orkney Electric Vehicles
- Grid-Smart EV Charging
- Switch Technology to Facilitate Eday's Microgrid
- Demand Side Management - Thermal Storage
- Unst Energy Audit
- Outer Hebrides Energy Supply Company (ESCO)
- South Seeds Renewable Heat
- Applecross Micro Hydro: Local Power (Hydro to Heat Scheme)
- Low Carbon Inter-Island Orkney Ferries
- Shapinsay Innovation Consortium Grid-Smart Low Carbon Marine Transport Project
- Dalavich Hydro
- Kingussie Private Wire Connection & Modification to Gold Clubhouse Distribution System
- Investigation into Demand Side Management
- Assessment of the routes to market for Community Energy Projects
- Community Power Orkney Energy Audit
- Use of Radio Tele Switch (RTS) to utilise constrained wind energy
- Unst Smart On/Off Grid
- Ice Plant Connection
- Production of Sea Salt Feasibility
- Mar Lodge Private Wire
- Knoydart Off-grid Hydro Optimisation
- Cupar North Solar Community (CNSC)
- Ardgour Outdoor Centre Hydro Power Utilisation Project (HYPUP)
- SMILEGOV Island Energy Audits
- Lochboisdale Warm Homes - District Heating Feasibility Study
- Micro District Heating and Electric Minibus Charging Project
- CES- Microgrid Study
- Fife (Burntisland) Local Energy Masterplan - Methodology Paper
- West Harris and Barvas Local Energy Supply
Project lead: Eday Renewable Energy Limited
Award Amount: £5,416.67
Status: Completed April 2013
Study to investigate the economic benefits in producing hydrogen via electrolysis of water as a means to increase Eday’s wind turbine load factor and revenues.
Study develops a costed schematic for three potential electrolysis configurations.
• It provides an assessment of the performance of different electrolysers and control strategies based on real-word wind profile and curtailment data using a detailed wind electrolyser model.
• Using this analysis, it is possible to size and select components for an optimised system.
• The model is used to identify the ideal system size and performance specifications to be used for the system procurement.
Supported Documents / Outputs
There is currently no public report available for this project.