Gravitricity has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VSL to develop green hydrogen storage stores.
The Edinburgh-based company plans to build a scale demonstrator in the next two years before a commercial rollout, starting with a pilot project for the construction of hundreds of FlexiStore underground hydrogen stores around the UK.
A single FlexiStore would hold up to 100 tonnes of hydrogen which is sufficient to refuel more than 1000 HGVS or power 500 buses. The construction of 1,000 FlexiStores could meet a quarter of the UK Government’s predicted 2050 hydrogen storage needs.
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