As the global acceptance for hydrogen and hydrogen-based technologies continues to flourish, hydrogen projects, initiatives and consortiums are being developed all around the world to advance a clean energy future.
Taking these ambitions above and beyond, is a project announced this summer which showcased just how these hydrogen innovations could soon advance even further, to the Moon in fact, as part of an exciting world first.
Back in August, Connecticut-based clean energy products company Skyre and cryogenic technology specialist Eta Space confirmed their continued development on the Moon’s first hydrogen fuelling plant.
Already working together to recover and reliquefy liquid hydrogen boiloff, the two US companies took on the out-of-this-world refuelling challenge in response to NASA’s call for a new space technology.
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