Sites which discuss the development of devices or processes for the storage of gaseous or liquid hydrogen.

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Amminex
Start-up company founded by researchers at the Technical University of Denmark, developing a solid ammine carrier for hydrogen storage as well as ammonia delivery.
Doped Carbon Nanotubes for Hydrogen Storage
Research to develop and demonstrate a lower cost hydrogen storage material that has a hydrogen capacity greater than 5.5 wt%, is stable with hydrogen cycling, and possesses favorable thermodynamic and kinetic characteristics suitable for transportation and portable devises applications. [PDF]
High Reversible Hydrogen Storage Capacity with Ultra-Fast Kinetics
Explains different types of Lithium storage. Contains charts and diagrams explaining how it works and the future predictions. [PDF]
Hydrogen Fuel Leak Simulation
Comparing side by side with gasoline. Includes frames from original simulation video. [PDF]
Hydrogen Storage
Contains information on types of storage. Includes related links to other articles.
Hydrogen Storage Tanks
Article describing the challenges and the different types. Includes details on compressed, liquid and metal hydride tanks.
Hydrogen Storage via Sodium Borohydride
Information about the status of portable and vehicular applications, barriers to commercialization, research issues and on-going efforts. [PDF]
JMCUSA Hydrogen Storage
Contains information about hydrogen storage and alloys. Also has information about machinery used in making alloys.
Light Metal Alloys for Hydrogen Storage
Collaborative research project at the University of Iceland. [PDF]
Organic Hydrogen Storage
An article by Neil B. McKeown from Cardiff University. Describes a purely organic polymer that can absorb appreciable quantities.
Plasma Kinetics
Manufacturer of laser hydride storage systems for efficient and environmentally friendly energy storage.
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