TC 105

Fuel cell technologies

 

Detail

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Current

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Frcst Pub

Date

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Date

TC 105WG 14Mr Kiyoshi DowakiPPUB2021-012023

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PNW
105/630/NP PDF file 243 kB
2016-11-182016-11
PRVN
2017-02-102017-02
ACD
105/644/RVN PDF file 314 kB
2017-10-302017-10
CD
105/709/CD
PDF file 594 kB
2018-09-28 
PCC
2018-12-212018-12
CDM
105/723/CC PDF file 267 kB
Word file 35 kB
2019-02-152019-01
A2CD
105/723A/CC PDF file 275 kB
Word file 47 kB
2019-03-222019-07
2CD
105/732/CD
PDF file 326 kB
2019-04-122019-07
PCC
2019-07-052019-07
ADTS
105/745/CC PDF file 456 kB
Word file 44 kB
2019-07-262019-12
ADTS
105/745A/CC PDF file 330 kB
Word file 56 kB
2019-07-262019-12
ADTS
2020-04-16 
TDTS
2020-04-16 
CDTS
105/797/DTS
2020-04-172020-06
PRVDTS
2020-07-102020-07
APUB
105/813/RVDTS PDF file 319 kB
Word file 50 kB
2020-08-212020-10
APUB
105/813A/RVDTS PDF file 367 kB
Word file 58 kB
2020-08-212020-10
TPUB
2020-10-232020-10
DECPUB
2020-10-262020-12
RPUB
2020-11-092020-11
BPUB
2020-12-102021-02
PPUB
2021-01-142021-01
  

Abstract

IEC TS 62282-9-102:2021 provides a set of specific rules, requirements and guidelines (i.e. so-called product category rules (PCR) according to ISO 14025 and thus in line with ISO 14040 and ISO 14044) for characterizing the environmental performance of stationary fuel cell combined heat and power (CHP) systems, and alternative systems for residential applications based on life cycle thinking primarily for communication to consumers.
This document covers stationary fuel cell CHP systems and alternative heat (and power) systems for residential applications that primarily serve heating purposes. The systems can be complemented with a hot water storage tank and one or more additional heat generators. The systems are connected to the electricity grid. The environmental performance is characterized in an EPD for each individual heat-related device or CHP generator separately. This document also describes how the environmental performance of a given combination of heat-related devices (including CHP generators) is characterized based on the environmental performance of its individual components. The domestic heat distribution system, district heating, or local infrastructures for fuel supply or for fuel storage are not considered

Project

IEC TS 62282-9-102:2021 ED1

Fuel cell technologies - Part 9-102: Evaluation methodology for the environmental performance of fuel cell power systems based on life cycle thinking - Product category rules for environmental product declarations of stationary fuel cell power systems and alternative systems for residential applications