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01 08 2019 03

Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, MAN Energy Solutions and the Frames Group are to jointly develop and build large hydrogen storage systems based on LOHC (Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier) technology.

The technology developed by German company Hydrogenious LOHC uses heat transfer oil to bind hydrogen and thus enables unpressurised storage at ambient temperature. In addition, it enables a loading capacity that is three times higher than that of conventional pressure vessels. In the first step, the partners have developed systems with a hydrogen capacity of 5 and 12 tons per day.

As the LOHC technology uses existing infrastructure for conventional fuels (such as gas pipelines), it makes it possible, according to the project partners, to transport large quantities of green hydrogen, for example from Scandinavian wind farms to Central Europe. “We are very pleased to have gained such important plant engineering players for this cooperation,” says Daniel Teichmann, CEO of Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies.

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