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Green Hydrogen Storage: Vopak and Hydrogenious’s Joint Venture ‘LOHC Logistix’ 

Here’s an article posted in Green Car Congress that talks about the joint venture of Vopak and Hydrogenious for green hydrogen storage.

According to the post,


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  • Vopak and Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies have formed a joint venture named LOHC Logistix for hydrogen storage, transport, and supply.
  • The joint venture will be equally owned by the partners and located in Germany.
  • They will use Hydrogenious’ Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) technology, which uses the thermal oil benzyl toluene as its liquid organic hydrogen carrier.

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