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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Advanced IGCC-Hypogen Concepts for a Developing Hydrogen MarketSTARR FREDERICK; CORMOS CALIN-CRISTIAN; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; BROWN AndrewContributions to Conferences
2007Critical Factors inthe Design, Operation and Economics of Coal Gasification Plants: The Case of the Flexible Co-production of Hydrogen and ElectricitySTARR FREDERICK; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; PETEVES ESTATHIOSArticles in Journals
2005Flexibility in the Production of Hydrogen and Electricity from Fossil Fuel Power PlantsSTARR Frederick; STEEN MARC; PETEVES ESTATHIOS; TZIMAS EVANGELOSContributions to Conferences
2007Flexibility of Fossil Fuel Plant in a Renewable Energy Scenario Possible Implications for the UKSTARR FREDERICKArticles in books
2007Gasifier Concepts for Hydrogen and Electricity Co-production with CO2 CaptureCORMOS CALIN-CRISTIAN; STARR FREDERICK; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; PETEVES ESTATHIOSContributions to Conferences
2007IGCC: Coal-Based Processing Technology for the FutureSTARR FREDERICK; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; CORMOS CALIN-CRISTIAN; PETEVES ESTATHIOSArticles in Journals
2008Innovative Concepts for Hydrogen Production Processes Based on Coal Gasification with CO2 CaptureCORMOS CALIN-CRISTIAN; STARR Frederick; TZIMAS EVANGELOS; PETEVES ESTATHIOSArticles in Journals
2005A Large Scale Test Facility for the Production of Hydrogen and Electricity - The Hypogen Project: a JRC-Setris PerspectiveTZIMAS EVANGELOS; STARR Frederick; PETEVES ESTATHIOSEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Proceedings of the Cogeneration Integration Workshop. JRC-IE Petten (NL), 14-15 October 2004STARR FrederickBooks
2005Proceedings of the DG JRC Enlargement and Integration Workshop on Cogeneration 9-10 June 2005, Petten (NL)STARR Frederick; PETEVES ESTATHIOSEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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