Life Cycle Assessment of an Innovative Hybrid Energy Storage System for Residential Buildings in Continental Climates
Llantoy Huamán, Noelia Karin
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With the aim of contributing to achieving the decarbonization of the energy sector, the environmental impact of an innovative system to produce heating and domestic hot water for heating demand-dominated climates is assessed is evaluated. The evaluation is conducted using the life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology and the ReCiPe and IPCC GWP indicators for the manufacturing and operation stages, and comparing the system to a reference one. Results show that the innovative system has a lower overall impact than the reference one. Moreover, a parametric study to evaluate the impact of the refrigerant is carried out, showing that the impact of the overall systems is not affected if the amount of refrigerant or the impact of refrigerant is increased.
Is part ofApplied Sciences, 2021, vol. 11, núm. 9, p. 3820-1-3820-16
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