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Die LOHC-Technologie von Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies basiert auf jahrelanger intensiver Forschung auf dem Gebiet der flüssigen organischen Wasserstoffträger (LOHC). Als Universitäts-Spin-off und Unternehmen von Wissenschaftlern, Ingenieuren und Unternehmern konzentriert sich Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies auf die Kommerzialisierung der LOHC-Technologie und optimiert weiterhin Katalysatoren, Reaktortechnik und die Systemintegration.

Darüber hinaus treibt eine große Gruppe von Wissenschaftlern an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) mit den Hydrogenious-Mitbegründern Wasserscheid, Arlt und Schlücker die LOHC-Technologie weiter voran. Wenn Sie sich für die Möglichkeiten und Potenziale sowie die Herkunft unserer LOHC-Technologie interessieren, finden Sie weitere Einblicke in den hier vorgestellten Publikationen.

Carbon Dioxide-Free Hydrogen Production with Integrated Hydrogen Separation and Storage

Juni 23, 2016|

Abstract An integration of CO2-free hydrogen generation through methane decomposition coupled with hydrogen/methane separation and chemical hydrogen storage through liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) systems is demonstrated. A potential, very interesting application is the upgrading [...]

Dicyclohexylmethane as a Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier: A Model Study on the Dehydrogenation Mechanism over Pd(111)

Februar 16, 2016|

Abstract We have studied the dehydrogenation of the liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) dicyclohexylmethane (DCHM) to diphenylmethane (DPM) and its side reactions on a Pd(111) single crystal surface. The adsorption and thermal evolution of both [...]

Thermodynamic analysis of reversible hydrogenation for heat storage in concentrated solar power plants

November 30, 2015|

Abstract Heat storage in concentrated solar power plants is required to compensate for variable availability of solar radiation. The energy density achievable with thermochemical heat storage is higher than for molten salt which represents the [...]

Binary Diffusion Coefficients of the Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier System Dibenzyltoluene/Perhydrodibenzyltoluene

November 18, 2015|

Abstract Liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) systems constitute a very promising concept for future hydrogen storage and logistics. The concept builds on the conversion of excess renewable energy to hydrogen via electrolysis followed by reversible [...]

Chemical utilization of hydrogen from fluctuating energy sources e Catalytic transfer hydrogenation from charged Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier systems

November 7, 2015|

Abstract Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) systems offer a very attractive way for storing and distributing hydrogen from electrolysis using excess energies from solar or wind power plants. In this contribution, an alternative, high-value utilization [...]

Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers: Thermophysical and Thermochemical Studies of Benzyl- and Dibenzyl-toluene Derivatives

Juli 29, 2015|

Abstract The heat transfer oils dibenzyltoluene and benzyltoluene are promising materials as a new class of liquid organic hydrogen carrier compounds (LOHC). Thermophysical properties (heat capacity, density, viscosity, and surface tension) of the commercially available [...]

Vacuum Surface Science Meets Heterogeneous Catalysis: Dehydrogenation of a Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier in the Liquid State

Juni 12, 2015|

Abstract Ultrahigh vacuum (UHV) surface science techniques are used to study the heterogeneous catalytic dehydrogenation of a liquid organic hydrogen carrier in its liquid state close to the conditions of real catalysis. For this purpose, [...]

Environmental and health impact assessment of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) systems – challenges and preliminary results

Februar 4, 2015|

Abstract Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) systems offer a very attractive way to store and transport hydrogen, a technical feature that is highly desirable to link unsteady energy production from renewables with the vision of [...]

Evaluation of Industrially Applied Heat-Transfer Fluids as Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier Systems

August 16, 2013|

Abstract Liquid organic hydrogen carrier (LOHC) systems offer a very attractive method for the decentralized storage of renewable excess energy. In this contribution, industrially well-established heat-transfer oils (typically sold under trade names, e.g., Marlotherm) are [...]

Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers as an efficient vector for the transport and storage of renewable energy

September 27, 2012|

Abstract This contribution proposes the usage of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) for the storage and subsequently the transport of renewable energy. It is expected that a significant share of future energy consumption will be [...]

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