The growing economic efforts and investment for the production of green hydrogen make the definition of new competitive and environmentally friendly storage methods. This article deals with the proposal of gas hydrate production with binary or ternary H2-based gaseous mixtures for hydrogen storage. In the text, the physical and chemical elements necessary to confirm the technical feasibility of the process are given. The proposed solution is also compared with the traditional ones in terms of energy costs, energy density, environmental sustainability, safety, ease of transport, future perspectives, and innovation level.

Gas Hydrates as High-Efficiency Storage System: Perspectives and Potentialities

Alberto Maria Gambelli
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Federico Rossi;Franco Cotana
2022-01-01

Abstract

The growing economic efforts and investment for the production of green hydrogen make the definition of new competitive and environmentally friendly storage methods. This article deals with the proposal of gas hydrate production with binary or ternary H2-based gaseous mixtures for hydrogen storage. In the text, the physical and chemical elements necessary to confirm the technical feasibility of the process are given. The proposed solution is also compared with the traditional ones in terms of energy costs, energy density, environmental sustainability, safety, ease of transport, future perspectives, and innovation level.
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