TC 105

Fuel cell technologies

 

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Current

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Frcst Pub

Date

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Date

TC 105WG 14Mr Noboru HashimotoPPUB2020-112023

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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
2017-03-172018-03
CD
105/706/CD
PDF file 1328 kB
2018-09-282018-03
PCC
2018-12-212018-12
CDM
105/722/CC PDF file 192 kB
Word file 92 kB
2019-02-152019-01
A2CD
105/722A/CC PDF file 443 kB
Word file 73 kB
2019-03-222019-05
2CD
105/731/CD
PDF file 1343 kB
2019-04-122019-05
PCC
2019-07-052019-07
ADTS
105/744/CC PDF file 925 kB
Word file 83 kB
2019-07-262019-12
ADTS
105/744A/CC PDF file 660 kB
Word file 113 kB
2019-07-262019-12
TDTS
2020-01-242020-01
CDTS
105/787/DTS
2020-02-072020-03
PRVDTS
2020-05-012020-05
APUB
105/799/RVDTS PDF file 357 kB
Word file 59 kB
2020-05-082020-05
APUB
105/799A/RVDTS PDF file 357 kB
Word file 58 kB
2020-05-082020-05
TPUB
2020-08-212020-12
DECPUB
2020-08-282020-10
RPUB
2020-09-142020-09
BPUB
2020-09-292020-12
PPUB
2020-10-272020-11
  

Abstract

IEC TS 62282-9-101:2020 provides a streamlined methodology to assess major environmental impacts of stationary fuel cell power systems for residential applications. The fuel cell power systems can be complemented with a supplementary heat generator and/or a thermal storage system such as a hot water tank. The analysis can include the import of electricity from the grid or the export to the grid. The analysed systems are intended to meet the electricity and heat demand of a given household.
This document provides a set of specific rules, requirements and guidelines based on life cycle thinking for the description of relevant environmental impacts of fuel cell power systems that can be complemented with a supplementary heat generator or a thermal storage system. This document also provides guidance on how to communicate these environmental impacts to consumers.

Project

IEC TS 62282-9-101:2020 ED1

Fuel cell technologies - Part 9-101: Evaluation methodology for the environmental performance of fuel cell power systems based on life cycle thinking - Streamlined life-cycle considered environmental performance characterization of stationary fuel cell combined heat and power systems for residential applications