Three Companies Combine To Offer Safe Hydrogen Storage

Three companies involved in hydrogen energy have received regulatory approval for a new company, HERA Hydrogen Storage Systems Inc, to develop and market hydrogen storage products using metal hydrides.

MONTREAL, Quebec (CA) 2002-02-01 [] GfE Gesellschaft für Elektrometallurgie in Germany, Hydro-Québec CapiTech in Canada and Shell Hydrogen say their new company is in full operation and offers customers various solutions for hydrogen storage needs, based on a portfolio of metal hydride storage technologies. HERA says it can provide standard hydride alloys, storage tanks or storage systems, or work with customers to develop a custom fit solution to meet specific requirements. Don Huberts, CEO of Shell Hydrogen and Jean-Rene Marcoux, CEO of HQ CapiTech, are “happy that all preparations have been finalized and that we have approval from the European Commission.” They are confident that HERA will be a “major factor in the developing global efforts to provide clean alternatives” to fossil fuel power generation systems. HERA is based in Montréal, with European offices in Nuremberg.
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