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Detlef Stolten
Detlef Stolten
Professor at RWTH Aachen University and Director at Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
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A comprehensive review on PEM water electrolysis
M Carmo, DL Fritz, J Mergel, D Stolten
International journal of hydrogen energy 38 (12), 4901-4934, 2013
43242013
Power to gas: Technological overview, systems analysis and economic assessment for a case study in Germany
S Schiebahn, T Grube, M Robinius, V Tietze, B Kumar, D Stolten
International journal of hydrogen energy 40 (12), 4285-4294, 2015
8762015
Seasonal storage and alternative carriers: A flexible hydrogen supply chain model
M Reuß, T Grube, M Robinius, P Preuster, P Wasserscheid, D Stolten
Applied energy 200, 290-302, 2017
5432017
A review of post-combustion CO2 capture technologies from coal-fired power plants
Y Wang, L Zhao, A Otto, M Robinius, D Stolten
Energy Procedia 114, 650-665, 2017
4622017
Closing the loop: captured CO 2 as a feedstock in the chemical industry
A Otto, T Grube, S Schiebahn, D Stolten
Energy & environmental science 8 (11), 3283-3297, 2015
4022015
The investment costs of electrolysis–A comparison of cost studies from the past 30 years
SM Saba, M Müller, M Robinius, D Stolten
International journal of hydrogen energy 43 (3), 1209-1223, 2018
3902018
Technical potential of salt caverns for hydrogen storage in Europe
DG Caglayan, N Weber, HU Heinrichs, J Linßen, M Robinius, PA Kukla, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (11), 6793-6805, 2020
3302020
Pressurized PEM water electrolysis: Efficiency and gas crossover
M Schalenbach, M Carmo, DL Fritz, J Mergel, D Stolten
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38 (35), 14921-14933, 2013
2972013
Acidic or alkaline? Towards a new perspective on the efficiency of water electrolysis
M Schalenbach, G Tjarks, M Carmo, W Lueke, M Mueller, D Stolten
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 163 (11), F3197, 2016
2802016
A parametric study of CO2/N2 gas separation membrane processes for post-combustion capture
L Zhao, E Riensche, R Menzer, L Blum, D Stolten
Journal of membrane science 325 (1), 284-294, 2008
2732008
Impact of different time series aggregation methods on optimal energy system design
L Kotzur, P Markewitz, M Robinius, D Stolten
Renewable energy 117, 474-487, 2018
2572018
A review of current challenges and trends in energy systems modeling
P Lopion, P Markewitz, M Robinius, D Stolten
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 96, 156-166, 2018
2562018
Hydrogen and fuel cells: fundamentals, technologies and applications
D Stolten
John Wiley & Sons, 2010
2552010
Power-to-Steel: Reducing CO2 through the Integration of Renewable Energy and Hydrogen into the German Steel Industry
A Otto, M Robinius, T Grube, S Schiebahn, A Praktiknjo, D Stolten
Energies 10 (4), 451, 2017
2362017
Spatio-temporal optimization of a future energy system for power-to-hydrogen applications in Germany
L Welder, DS Ryberg, L Kotzur, T Grube, M Robinius, D Stolten
Energy 158, 1130-1149, 2018
2162018
Linking the power and transport sectors—Part 1: The principle of sector coupling
M Robinius, A Otto, P Heuser, L Welder, K Syranidis, DS Ryberg, T Grube, ...
Energies 10 (7), 956, 2017
2162017
The development of stationary battery storage systems in Germany–A market review
J Figgener, P Stenzel, KP Kairies, J Linßen, D Haberschusz, O Wessels, ...
Journal of energy storage 29, 101153, 2020
2152020
An analysis of degradation phenomena in polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis
C Rakousky, U Reimer, K Wippermann, M Carmo, W Lueke, D Stolten
Journal of Power Sources 326, 120-128, 2016
2122016
Internal reforming of methane in solid oxide fuel cell systems
R Peters, R Dahl, U Klüttgen, C Palm, D Stolten
Journal of power sources 106 (1-2), 238-244, 2002
2122002
Multi-stage gas separation membrane processes used in post-combustion capture: Energetic and economic analyses
L Zhao, E Riensche, L Blum, D Stolten
Journal of membrane science 359 (1-2), 160-172, 2010
2092010
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