H2GO Power, EMEC and Imperial College London trial artificial intelligence coupled with hydrogen technology

A new research project will demonstrate how software integrated with hydrogen hardware can make intelligent, data-driven asset management decisions in real time and optimise renewable energy integration into the UK electricity grid.

H2GO Power, the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and Imperial College London have joined forces on the project that will couple artificial intelligence (AI) software with hydrogen technology.

Trailing the system using energy data supplied by EMEC from its hydrogen production plant in Orkney, the AI platform acts an energy management system, integrating data about weather, electricity prices and grid management.

The platform then translates this information using AI predictive algorithms to optimise the operation of the storage systems by predicting future power cost and user demands.

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