European scientists have high hopes for new research into more effective ways to store hydrogen and how that can be applied to next-generation fuel-cell systems for vehicles – solutions that could have global implications. Called the Complex Solid State Reactions for Energy Efficient Hydrogen Storage (COSY), the project aims to shrink the storage system by developing nano-structured composites of various light-metal hydrides to contain the hydrogen. The initiative by the European ...
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