Hydro-Québec to help commercialise new hydrogen storage technology

A new hydrogen storage technology is one step closer to commercialisation.

Developed by the University of South Wales, the technology allows hydrogen to be absorbed at higher concentrations and densities thus increasing its capacity for storage.

Offering several key advantages over existing hydrogen storage options, the technology boasts greater storage capacity, lower manufacturing costs, simplified infrastructure needs and increased safety.

Today (19th March), the commercialisation of such technology took a major step forward thanks to a new partnership between Hydro-Québec’s Centre of Excellence in Transportation Electrification and Energy Storage and the University of South Wales.

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