Doosan Fuel Cell is set to participate in a new project that will develop a fuel cell power plant based on by-product hydrogen produced from the Ulsan Mipo Industrial Complex in South Korea.
The project will utilise a new load response method that can adjust the amount of power generation to the system marginal price (SMP) and fuel cost connection with a virtual power plant (VPP) platform.
In doing so, the virtual platform will operate the small-scale renewable enegy from fuel cells as a single power by utilising a cloud-based artificial intelligence software.
It is expected that this new platform could help expand the fuel cell market and, with this pilot project, it could pave the way forward for extended use in the industry.
Additional members of this project include Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, Hyundai Motor Company, LS Electric, and SK Gas.
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