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© SibFU
russian-university-is-looking-to-develop-hydrogen-technologies
© SibFU

Russian university is looking to develop hydrogen technologies

The Siberian Federal University’s (SibFU) School of Natural Gas and Petroleum has opened a new ‘intersectoral’ research centre for innovative technologies, the SIDERA Centre, with plans of introducing hydrogen technologies into various industries.

SibFU has said the centre already has a working prototype of a hydrogen power system, which would see the range of an electric car doubled. Currently the team is continuing to work on modifications of light duty and passenger electric vehicles hydrogen power systems.

H2 View understands, the school’s specialists will work alongside the research and development company, Russian Hydrogen’s experts on a variety of hydrogen-focused projects, including the development of existing projects.

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