Reversible ammonia-based and liquid organic hydrogen carriers for high-density hydrogen storage: Recent progress

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  • Joshua W. Makepeace, Oxford University, Oxford, UK.
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  • Teng He, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences
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  • Claudia Weidenthaler, Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung
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  • Torben R. Jensen
  • Fei Chang, Debye Institute
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  • Tejs Vegge, Technical University of Denmark
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  • Peter Ngene, Debye Institute
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  • Yoshitsugu Kojima, Hiroshima University
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  • Petra E. de Jongh, Debye Institute
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  • Ping Chen, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences
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  • William I.F. David, Oxford University, Oxford, UK., Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Liquid hydrogen carriers are considered to be attractive hydrogen storage options because of their ease of integration into existing chemical transportation infrastructures when compared with liquid or compressed hydrogen. The development of such carriers forms part of the work of the International Energy Agency Task 32: Hydrogen-Based Energy Storage. Here, we report the state-of-the-art for ammonia-based and liquid organic hydrogen carriers, with a particular focus on the challenge of ensuring easily regenerable, high-density hydrogen storage.

Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Pages (from-to)7746-7767
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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