With support from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), NREL develops comprehensive storage solutions, with a focus on hydrogen storage material properties, storage system configurations, interface requirements, and well-to-wheel analyses.
NREL's current activities include quantifying storage characteristics of novel materials and helping achieve DOE storage targets for stationary and transportation applications. NREL co-leads the Hydrogen Materials Advanced Research Consortium (HyMARC), which combines the expertise of five national laboratories to develop clean, low-cost, materials-based hydrogen storage systems that exceed the capabilities of physical storage.
Balancing Molecular Level Influences of Intermolecular Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLP) for Successful Design of FLP Catalysts for Hydrogen Storage Applications, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2023)
Chapter 10.02 – Neutron Scattering Studies of Materials for Hydrogen Storage, Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry III (2023)
Multivariate Flexible Framework with High Usable Hydrogen Capacity in a Reduced Pressure Swing Process, Journal of the American Chemical Society (2023)
Phototriggered Desorption of Hydrogen, Ethylene, and Carbon Monoxide from a Cu(I)-Modified Covalent Organic Framework, Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2022)
Thermal Decomposition of Magnesium Borohydride: New Insights from Synchrotron X-Ray Scattering, Chemistry of Materials (2022)
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