EU-funded project to improve large-scale hydrogen refuelling

COSMHYC XL, an EU-funded project that launched in January (2019), is continuing its focus on developing extra-large hydrogen refuelling stations.

COSMHYC XL is the sister project of COSMHYC, a project which has already achieved significant progress in the development of an optimised hydrogen compression solution.

COSMHYC XL will build on the compression concept and develop the process for large-scale mobility applications to be able to refuel several vehicles in a short period of time, with large quantities of fuel.

The project’s hybrid compression concept for hydrogen refuelling stations with a combination of a baseload metal hydride compressor, will enable a high level of reliability and a new mechanical compressor.

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