LOHC technology: Hydrogen storage for the global supply chain


The transformation towards hydrogen mobility has started: Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) have been in serial production at Hyundai, Honda and Toyota since 2015. 

Fuel cell-based buses, as well as fuel cell trucks are also already on the road in several countries (think Hyundai in Switzerland, DHL in Germany) and numerous manufacturing and warehouse companies use fuel cell-based forklifts. Even the first fuel cell trains are now in operation (think Alstom in Germany).

In several European countries, the build-up of a hydrogen refuelling infrastructure is being actively promoted by both private companies and public initiatives. Today, around 120 hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) are in operation in Europe. Future prospects declare more than 750 stations for 2025 and even 15,000 stations for 2040 – each station with a daily selling capacity of one tonne, as stated by Hydrogen Europe.

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