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Hydrogen 
Fueling a Sustainable Future

The hydrogen tank we projected is an innovative technology and a related patent has already been filed in Poland. A hydrogen tank made with our technology is referred to as a type IV tank. The materials used guarantee a high resistance to pressure and a low permeability of 4% for 7 days.

Technology

The tanks can be used in passenger cars and trucks as well as in hydrogen power plants (domestic and industrial) through the possibility of a cascade connection. The use of multilayer polymers with long bonding chains and basalt wire allowed us to obtain high strength parameters and less hydrogen loss during storage.

Application

Materials

The polymer-based nanoparticle material created by us increases the strength of the tank and reduces the permeability of hydrogen. Another important aspect is the low weight of the tank, which is important in the use of hydrogen tanks in cars and trucks. The project involves the creation of an automatic production line for the production of tanks.

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More efficient tanks will help reduce the energy consumption of buildings by increasing the share of renewable energy sources in power generation sources, accelerating the rollout of cars powered by engines that use hydrogen as a fuel source.

Image by Sara Kurfeß

EU Policies

The EU pressure on the transition to renewable energy is increasing. The transition to energy from renewable sources involves a very serious problem, namely understanding how to store energy.

Political situation

Currently, the political situation linked to the Russia - Ukraine war has accelerated the European need for energy independence, to be associated with large investments in renewable energy sources.

Grid Overload

Emerging RES plants cause grid overload and increasing the share of renewable energy sources without adequate stabilization can cause serious problems in electricity distribution.

Why now?

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