Safe practices in the production, storage, distribution, and use of hydrogen are essential for the widespread acceptance of hydrogen technologies. A catastrophic failure in any hydrogen project could damage the public's perception of hydrogen and could also decrease the ability of hydrogen technologies to gain the approval of the insurance community, a necessity for commercialization. The study aims at establishing the safety technological boundary condition for the safe use of hydrogen cycle, determining the risk connected with hydrogen uses at large-scale, and classify these risks within the risk ranges of the similar technologies. In order to reach to above aims, a quantitative risk assessment (QRA) method was used to determine the risk connected with hydrogen for study objects described in Chapter 3. The chapter gives a brief description of the QRA method. Additional information about the models is presented in Appendix E (Consequence models) and Appendix F (Fault tree analysis method).

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