HyStorPor Project

HyStorPor Project

Geoscientists from the University of Edinburgh have received funding from the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) for a £1.4m research project to investigate the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface.

The project, HyStorPor (Hydrogen Storage in Porous Media), aims to increase the understanding of a hydrogen storage system and look at how large-scale generation and storage of hydrogen could replace methane domestic heating.

“On the pathway to cleaner air and in the fight against climate change, it is very likely that the UK will change heating in homes and industry from high-carbon methane gas to zero-carbon hydrogen and ammonia,” said Stuart Haszeldine, Professor at the University of Edinburgh.

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