Hydrogenious Technologies develops key components for safe and efficient storage of renewable energy.
Based on promising scientific findings of its shareholders, Hydrogenious Technologies is engaged in the field of so-called “Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers” (LOHC). In the face of an accelerated roll-out of sustainable - though unsteady - energy generation, these Diesel-like substances allow for safe and efficient long-term storage of renewable energy e.g. from wind turbines or solar cells.
LOHCs have been a promising approach in academia for many years and are now brought to market by Hydrogenious Technologies which offers key components and knowledge for that technology. Find more information about the LOHC technology and our products on this website.
Hydrogenious Technologies is a spin-off of the university of Erlangen-Nuremberg and the ‘Bavarian Hydrogen Center’ (www.bh2c.de). The scientists Prof. Wolfgang Arlt, Prof. Eberhard Schlücker and Prof. Peter Wasserscheid act as shareholders and Scientific Advisors.