DOE Awards Grant for Hydrogen Storage and Delivery

[] FST Energy, a hydrogen storage, transport, and distribution company, received a multi-year grant by the U.S. Department of Energy to develop methods that safely store and release hydrogen for commercial use. The study will evaluate methods that store hydrogen in a solid state using advanced metal hydride chemistry at ambient temperature and pressure levels. The research will also evaluate specialized transportable containers that increase the efficiency of the chemistry, the safety of the hydrogen storage, and substantially reduce infrastructure needs for a domestic hydrogen delivery system. According to the company, preliminary research shows that FST’s patented Fuel-Cassette system holds three times the amount of hydrogen than present-day cylinder storage methods.
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