There is a solution to the long-standing problem of a lack of efficient energy storage solutions.Electricity is used to produce hydrogen from water, through electrolysis. In this process, hydrogen becomes chemically bound in a proprietary fluid, LOHC, which liquid carries the hydrogen, safely, and which can store energy safely in scalable, compact storage systems, which are
environmentally friendly (emission-free),
and with virtually unlimited storage capacity,
LOHC can be stored and transported at normal ambient temperatures and pressures. Fuel cells can then be used to produce emission-free electricity from the LOHC and once the hydrogen is extracted from the LOHC, the carrier fluid can be recharged, and used again and again. The energy storage capacity of H2-Industries technology is decoupled (energy is bound in LOHC and gets released from LOHC) from the installed power of a unit (due to inexpensive LOHC tanks). This makes H2-Industries technology solution more cost efficient than any “battery“ technologies currently in use for large scale energy storage.