Hydrogen storage in liquid hydrogen carriers: recent activities and new trends

Tolga Han Ulucan, Sneha A. Akhade, Ajith Ambalakatte, Tom Autrey, Alasdair Cairns, Ping Chen, Young Whan Cho, Fausto Gallucci, Wenbo Gao, Jakob B. Grinderslev, Katarzyna Grubel, Torben R. Jensen, Petra E. de Jongh, Jotheeswari Kothandaraman, Krystina E. Lamb, Young Su Lee, Camel Makhloufi, Peter Ngene, Pierre Olivier, Colin J. WebbBerenger Wegman, Brandon C. Wood, Claudia Weidenthaler*

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Efficient storage of hydrogen is one of the biggest challenges towards a potential hydrogen economy. Hydrogen storage in liquid carriers is an attractive alternative to compression or liquefaction at low temperatures. Liquid carriers can be stored cost-effectively and transportation and distribution can be integrated into existing infrastructures. The development of efficient liquid carriers is part of the work of the International Energy Agency Task 40: Hydrogen-Based Energy Storage. Here, we report the state-of-the-art for ammonia and closed CO2-cycle methanol-based storage options as well for liquid organic hydrogen carriers.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012004
JournalProgress in Energy
Volume5
Issue1
Number of pages43
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2023

Keywords

  • ammonia
  • catalysis
  • hydrogen storage
  • liquid carriers
  • methanol

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