BMW Group Forschung und Technik, the research and technology arm of Germany’s BMW AG, has developed a new lighter and more compact hydrogen storage tank. Made of a composite material, which reduces the weight of the entire unit by one-third compared with conventional cylindrical steel tanks, the new storage system was developed by the auto maker’s engineers working in conjunction with 34 partners from the European aerospace, automotive and supplier industries, as well as leading ...
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