Startup targets hydrogen storage breakthrough with MOF tech


Nobel laureate Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart, known for his work in artificial molecular machines, and Professor Omar Yaghi, founder of Reticular Chemistry, have launched H2MOF, a US-based firm dedicated to creating durable, efficient solid-state hydrogen storage solutions operable at ambient temperature and low pressure.

The company aims to address the lingering fossil fuel dominance in the current energy landscape, seen as a contributor to the climate crisis, by advocating for wider hydrogen adoption as a pathway to a sustainable future.

Stoddart notes, “Hydrogen fuel has the highest energy density among all combustible fuels; at the same time, it has zero emissions.”

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