The project which began in January 2019 announced today (May 19), the successful testing of an ‘efficient hydrogen value chain’, ranging from production, storage, transportation and use in sub-zero temperatures.

Stefan Nasser, COO at Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, said, “The HySTOC joint project has become a very successful one.

“Hydrogen in the amount of around two tonnes was stored and released from our LOHC material. We thus benefit from these demonstration project findings for our ongoing upscaling implementations.”

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, in Espoo, successfully transported hydrogen within the LOHC liquid between the Kokkola and Espoo test sites, over a distance of 500km (310 miles), with the hydrogen still reaching ISO standard limits.

The met standard of hydrogen quality will mean it can be used for refuelling hydrogen-powered vehicles, giving hopes that barriers in front of a transition to the fuel in Finland, could be overcome.

Hydrogenious’ LOHC technology stores large-volumes of hydrogen in an oil-like carrier fluid enabling it to be transported easily, safely, and efficiently in the existing infrastructure for conventional fuels.

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