The burgeoning underground scene of hydrogen storage

October 25th, 2021

PV Magazine, Other, 22/10/2021, Blake Matich
With work already underway on a test cavern for hydrogen storage from German energy provider EWE, as well as Dutch gas giant Gasunie beginning storage of hydrogen at its underground facility in Zuidwending, and geologically resourceful countries such as Canada estimating huge potential for large scale seasonal underground hydrogen storage (UHS), it is no surprise that resource-rich Australia is also eyeing up the “massive opportunity” for UHS, which is being pointed to by many as a feasible solution that could foster true growth for the hydrogen economy. […] The research was led by Jonathan Ennis-King, leading reservoir simulation researcher at Australia’s National Science Agency, the CSIRO, with the CSIRO’s Hydrogen Industry Mission.

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