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Hydrogen supply chain network design: An optimization-oriented review

Lei Li, Hervé Manier, Marie-ange Manier

Publication date: April 2019

Source: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 103

Author(s): Lei Li, Hervé Manier, Marie-Ange Manier

Abstract

This study reviews the papers that pertain to the hydrogen supply chain network design (HSCND) models published in scientific journals. A few drawbacks (e.g., the treatment of uncertainty and feedstock problems) and missing aspects (e.g., the intertemporal integration planning) in the literature are identified, thus motivating the development of a comprehensive HSCND methodology. Key components of the hydrogen supply chain are presented; thereafter, the models are analyzed and classified based on their decisions, performance measures, uncertainties, solution methodologies, and other model features. Moreover, an effort was made to complete the critical pre-optimization preparation works, which are essential but have been overlooked in previous reviews. Finally, a list of potential problems for future research directions is recommended.

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