KEPCO successfully demonstrates ‘hydrogen storage liquid technology,’ receives certificate to build a storage facility based on the new technology

March 10, 2020 |

In South Korea, FuelCellWorks reported that KEPCO has successfully demonstrated the ability to store 20 Nm3 (normal cubic meters) of hydrogen per hour using their novel ‘hydrogen storage liquid technology’ (LOHC). Up until KEPCO’s demonstration, research on the technology has remained at the basic level of 1Nm3. KEPCO stated that it has received a certificate from the Korea Gas Saftey Corp on a hydrogen storage facility based on LOHC technology. KEPCO noted that their LOHC technology has a much higher storage capacity, stability, and economic efficiency than existing compression storage methods. 

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