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Mohammed fawzi
Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Department, Faculty Engineering, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, El-Beida, Libya

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Tarek Hamad
Sustainable and Renewable Energy Engineering Department, Faculty Engineering, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, El-Beida, Libya 

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AL-Hassan M. Azouz
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty Engineering, Omar Al-Mukhtar University, El-Beida,Libya

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Abstract:

Abstract: Many developed countries around the world are currently competing to find low-cost, sustainable and clean energy sources. To replace conventional energy sources such as (oil, coal, etc.) for several reasons. mainly, because of the negative environmental impact of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission problem. 
Also, these resources will deplete soon. As a result, seeking for a better replacement of fossil fuels either by converting to electric vehicles or by using other possible renewable energy sources with low (GHG) emissions is essential. Hydrogen is one of the primary potential future alternatives of current automotive petroleumrelated due to its high mass-energy ratio and abundance since it can be obtained from a broad spectrum of sources and by various techniques, such as anaerobic digestion from organic materials, rendering it a prospective target for safe and renewable energy. Hydrogen fuel stations are predicted to have a significant impact on the implementation of hydrogen as a fuel substitution on the worldwide fuel market, especially for heavy transportation. The primary objective of this innovative station branch is not only to promote the idea of hydrogen fuel on the vehicle fuelling industry but also to enhance the advancement of hydrogen fuel facilities while minimizing the danger to the investor. There are, though, some areas that need to be investigated with such drop-in facilities as storage and delivery mechanisms which this study covers. The key idea of such a system is to provide a safe, affordable and accessible car fuel source equivalent to conventional vehicle fuel on the industry, whether it is renewable. The primary goal of this research is to develop a secure, flexible and environmentally friendly hydrogen fueling facility, this design is regarded to be cost-efficient compared to other designs by at least 48 percent. Furthermore, this design showed encouraging signs concerning safety procedures and hazard evaluation where is ranked 6.8 on average out of 25 in the FMEA review assuring it’s safe further.

Keywords:

Hydrogen Fuel; Renewable energy; design

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"Hazard and Economical Evaluation for a Hydrogen Fuel Station"