IEC 62282-3-100
Stationary Fuel Cell Power Systems - Safety
Published
International


 

Organization

International Electrochemical Commission


Identification

IEC 62282-3-100
Stationary Fuel Cell Power Systems - Safety


Scope

International standard providing minimum design, construction, operating and quality requirements for stationary fuel cell power plants.

 

This standard applies to systems

intended for electrical connection to mains direct, or with a transfer switch, or to a standalone power distribution system;

intended to provide AC or DC power;

with or without the ability to recover useful heat;

intended for operation on the following input fuels

a) natural gas and other methane rich gases derived from renewable (biomass) or fossil fuel sources, for example, landfill gas, digester gas, coal mine gas;

b) fuels derived from oil refining, for example, diesel, gasoline, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gases such as propane and butane;

c) alcohols, esters, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, Fischer- Tropsch liquids and other suitable hydrogen-rich organic compounds derived from renewable (biomass) or fossil fuel sources, for example, methanol, ethanol, di-methyl ether, biodiesel;

d) hydrogen, gaseous mixtures containing hydrogen gas, for example, synthesis gas, town gas.

 

This standard does not cover:

micro fuel cell power systems;

portable fuel cell power systems;

propulsion fuel cell power systems.

Status

Initially published in April 2007. The second edition was

published in February 2012, and the third in February 2019.

 

Available at www.iec.ch and www.ansi.org

 

This standard has been adopted in the:

European Union,

Germany as DIN EN 62282-3-100:2019;

United Kingdom as BS EN 62282-3-100:2020;

Austria as OVE/NORM EN 62282-3-100:2013;

United States as ANSI/CSA FC1/ IEC 62282-3-100;

implementation of 2019 edition is in progress

Korea as KS C IEC 62282-3-100

[The agency KESCO, the Korean Electric Safety

Company, has jurisdiction for approving fuel cell

power plants that produce over 100 kW. They will use

IEC 62282-3-100 as the product standard for

compliance.]

Canada as CAN/CSA- IEC 62282-3-100:2015;

implementation of 2019 edition is in progress

South Africa as SANS 62282-3-100:2014 /IEC 62282-3-

100-2012

Japan as JIS C 62282-3-100

China (the 2007 edition) as GB/T 27748.1-2011.

 

In the process of adoption in:

Taiwan as a CNS standard.

 

In March 2021, initiated process for next edition.

 

 


Committee
Information

Chairman

Steve Mauer

Secretariat

CSA Group

Secretary

Mark Duda