4 Hydrogen Storage Ways from Renewable Energy
Here’s an article posted in Spectra
According to the article,
- There are four main ways of storing hydrogen: compressed gas, liquid hydrogen, metal hydrides, and chemical storage.
- Compressed gas is the most common method, but it requires high-pressure tanks and is not very energy-efficient.
- Liquid hydrogen is more energy-efficient, but it requires extremely low temperatures and is expensive to produce.
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