Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chiang Mai University, Thailand showcases its green building powered by 100% renewables with hydrogen as energy storage. As an integral part of the university campus, the building serves as a hands-on learning center for students of the faculty and university. The green building also enables students and researchers to self-develop and test energy management logic to control the systems with an IoT approach.
|Electrolyser (AEM single-core)||1 x EL 2.1|
|H2 storage||480 L|
|Storage pressure||35 bar|
|Photovoltaic (PV)||20 kWp|
|Fuel cell||3 kW|
|Partner||Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University|