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Globally, the accelerating use of renewable energy sources, enabled by increased efficiencies and reduced costs, and driven by the need to mitigate the effects of climate change, has significantly increased research in the areas of renewable energy production, storage, distribution and end-use. Central to this discussion is the use of hydrogen, as a clean, efficient energy vector for energy storage. This review, by experts of Task 32, “Hydrogen-based Energy Storage” of the International Energy Agency, Hydrogen TCP, reports on the development over the last 6 years of hydrogen storage materials, methods and techniques, including electrochemical and thermal storage systems. An overview is given on the background to the various methods, the current state of development and the future prospects. The following areas are covered; porous materials, liquid hydrogen carriers, complex hydrides, intermetallic hydrides …
Publication date: 
25 Jun 2020

Michael Hirscher, Volodymyr A Yartys, Marcello Baricco, Jose Bellosta von Colbe, Didier Blanchard, Robert C Bowman Jr, Darren P Broom, Craig E Buckley, Fei Chang, Ping Chen, Young Whan Cho, Jean-Claude Crivello, Fermin Cuevas, William IF David, Petra E de Jongh, Roman V Denys, Martin Dornheim, Michael Felderhoff, Yaroslav Filinchuk, George E Froudakis, David M Grant, Evan MacA Gray, Bjørn C Hauback, Teng He, Terry D Humphries, Torben R Jensen, Sangryun Kim, Yoshitsugu Kojima, Michel Latroche, Hai-Wen Li, Mykhaylo V Lototskyy, Joshua W Makepeace, Kasper T Møller, Lubna Naheed, Peter Ngene, Dag Noréus, Magnus Moe Nygård, Shin-ichi Orimo, Mark Paskevicius, Luca Pasquini, Dorthe B Ravnsbæk, M Veronica Sofianos, Terrence J Udovic, Tejs Vegge, Gavin S Walker, Colin J Webb, Claudia Weidenthaler, Claudia Zlotea

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Volume: 827 Pages: 153548
Journal of Alloys and Compounds