An innovative new carrier technology that makes hydrogen easier and safer to store, transport & distribute is the first step in facilitating global hydrogen supply to industrial energy sectors
The role of renewable energies in reducing the environmental burden of global energy emissions has resulted in an increase in innovative technologies to unlock their full potential.
The growth of hydrogen as a fuel, which today is around 60 million tonnes, is testament to the growing global interest in pursuing decarbonised forms of energy. When consumed in a fuel cell hydrogen only produces water and it can be produced from natural gas, nuclear power, biomass as well as renewable energy.
As the smallest and lightest molecule, the efficient storage and transportation of hydrogen is key to connecting the upstream and downstream sectors of the hydrogen supply chain.
Identifying the growing importance for safe and efficient transportation of hydrogen, Dr Daniel Teichmann researched and disco...