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Hydrogen storage vessels in focus at new prototyping hub
© University of Sheffield
Hydrogen storage vessels in focus at new prototyping hub
© University of Sheffield

Hydrogen storage vessels in focus at new prototyping hub

A UK-based industrial technology consortium wants to accelerate the design and manufacture of prototype hydrogen storage vessels to improve solutions for transportation sectors as they look to achieve zero emissions.

Formed of the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Oxford Advanced Surfaces, Xcience and SET Europe, the consortium today (Jan 11) unveiled plans for a Hydrogen Storage Prototyping Hub (HSPH) to home the development of the vessels.

An independent, open-access resource for innovators and industrial end-users, the site will undoubtably see various technological breakthroughs that could change the future of hydrogen storage.

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