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Hydrogen Storage : Salt Caverns as Massive Vaults

Here’s an article posted in Hydrogen Central that talks about salt caverns which can be massive storage vaults.

According to the article,

  • Salt caverns have the capacity to store large quantities of compressed hydrogen
  • Hydrogen storage in salt caverns could help address the challenge of scaling up hydrogen production
  • Unique challenges of storing hydrogen in salt caverns include its small molecules and high reactivity

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