HYDROGEN FUTURE


DEVELOPING BREAKTHROUGHS IN HYDROGEN STORAGE

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Hydrogen =
Highest energy
per mass of any fuel

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Releases only
water vapour
when used

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Energy Future

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Why Hydrogen?

Hydrogen has the highest energy per mass of any fuel and has almost three times more energy than gasoline. Unlike traditional fuels, hydrogen only releases water vapour upon combustion. These physical properties combined with amlam's breakthrough storage technology allow the potential of hydrogen to be the ultimate renewable, clean energy fuel to be realised.

amlam's breakthrough metal hydride storage technology aims to allows more Hydrogen to be more easily stored and released than traditional solid state, liquid and gas storage. amlam's Hydrogen storage technology will allow the creation of safe, compact and practical storage solutions that have the potential to revolutionise the transportation sector.

AMLAM SOLID STATE HYDROGEN STORAGE TECHNOLOGY MAKES HYDROGEN WORK

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amlam’s solid-state storage breakthrough

amlam’s storage technology allows easy absorption and release of hydrogen, overcoming a key limitation of traditional solid state storage.

amlam’s technology is being developed to exceed the US Department of Energy (DOE) target for on-board hydrogen storage for light-duty vehicles. amlam’s hydrogen has the potential to store 6% of its weight as hydrogen compared to the DOE target of 5.5% and far in excess of traditional solid state storage at around 1.2%.

amlam’s breakthrough is the creation of solid state storage that aims to allow more hydrogen per unit volume to be stored, more safely and in less space than traditional solid state, liquid or gas storage options, making it ideally suited to the transport sectors.

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amlam aims to solve the hydrogen storage issue

Solid State Storage

amlam solid-state storage stores more per unit operates at room temp and normal pressure

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Liquid Hydrogen

Liquid hydrogen requires temps of -253c which is costly and energy intensive

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Gas

Compressing hydrogen needs high pressures and bulky heavy gas cylinders

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