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26 05 2017 03

Australian researchers launch new project focused on producing hydrogen for fuel cell vehicles
Researchers from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization have launched a new $2.5 million project to help develop technology that will provide fuel cell vehicles with the hydrogen they need to operate. The 2-year project aims to produce hydrogen without also generating a large amount of harmful emissions. The project will build upon research already carried out by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, which involved the separating of pure hydrogen from mixed gases.

Project will store hydrogen as ammonia
The project has received $1.3 million in funding from the Australian Science and Industry Endowment Fund. It will also be receiving support from gas supplier BOC, Hyundai, Toyota, and Renewable Hydrogen. These organizations have shown strong interest in developing a comprehensive hydrogen infrastructure in order to support fuel cell vehicles. The aim of the project is to allow hydrogen to be transported in the form of ammonia. When needed, ammonia can be converted into hydrogen at or very close to a fueling point.

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