Hydrogen Storage: Capacity of Cryogenic Tanks
Here’s an article posted in PV Magazine.
According to the article,
- Cryogenic fuel tanks maintain temperatures below -253°C to transport hydrogen as a liquid, addressing the safety and storage efficiency issues of high-pressure gas-based storage methods.
- The energy required to cool hydrogen to a cryogenic liquid state is approximately 35% of its total energy, making it a promising storage solution.
- Cryogenic tanks offer a potential breakthrough in hydrogen storage, paving the way for safer and more efficient utilization of this clean energy source.
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