Liquid organic hydrogen carriers are one of the most suitable options for transporting hydrogen over long distances. The HySTOC project has been using novel materials to increase their storage capacity, reduce their cost and make them even safer.
What is LOHC technology and how does it work exactly?
How does this technology compare to existing storage solutions, both non-LOHCs and LOHCs using other materials?
How far are you in the development process?
Did you face any difficulties in developing and demonstrating the technology? If so, how did you overcome them?
What do you still need to achieve before the end of the project in December?
What has been the feedback from potential customers so far?
Lack of confidence, high cost and limited infrastructure are the most important problems faced by the sector. How do you hope HySTOC will contribute to overcoming these barriers?
Source: Cordis News