Techno-Economic Analysis and Reverse Engineering
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Techno-economic analysis (TEA) is a methodology framework to systematically evaluate the technical and economic performance of a process. As such, it is essential for guiding research and development of hydrogen carriers as it can be used to determine and compare their commercial viability.
Once key system-level technical targets for end-use applications of hydrogen carriers are identified and modeled through TEA, reverse engineering can be applied to translate these targets into material property performance metrics to identify candidate structures with impact.
Currently available for use in collaboration with HyMARC.
- A. Anastasopoulou, H. Furukawa, B. Barnett, H. Jiang, J. Long, and H. Breunig, “Technoeconomic analysis of metal-organic frameworks for bulk hydrogen transportation,” submitted (2020).