The U.S. Department of Energy awards funding to 19 industry- and university-led research projects, supporting the availability and affordability of clean hydrogen for electricity, transportation, and decarbonization.
This article looks at magnesium hydride storage solutions and how researchers like the team of Professor Jianxin Zou at Shanghai Jiao Tong University have summarized and addressed design principles and future research trends of Mg-based hydrogen storage materials for industrial applications.
Vortex and RESPEC completed hydrogen storage assessments of the East and West Salt Structures at the Robinsons River Salt Project, finding a combined potential capacity of up to 800,000 tonnes within more than 60 caverns.
The University of Amsterdam used a catalyst (chitosan) made from shrimp waste to generate and control the release of hydrogen from borohydride salts, presenting a potential alternative for hydrogen storage.
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions launches H2Pro™, a range of hydrogen sealing materials proven to withstand challenging hydrogen application environments, such as high pressures, low temperatures, permeation, rapid gas decompression, etc.