Scientific Research 2018-09-14T08:12:04+00:00

Hydrogenious’ LOHC technology is based on years of thorough research in the area of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC). As a university spin-off and a company of scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, Hydrogenious Technologies focuses on the commercialization of the LOHC technology and optimizes catalysts, reactor technology and system integration.

In addition, a large group of scientists at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU) including the co-founding professors Wasserscheid, Arlt and Schlücker continue to push the limits of the LOHC technology. If you are interested in the capabilities, potential and origin of our LOHC technology you can find more insights in the publications featured here.

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 [...]

Energy storage in residential and commercial buildings via Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC)

August 8, 2012|

Abstract This contribution proposes the usage of Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) for the establishment of a decentralised energy storage network. Due to the continually increasing amount of renewable energy within the power grid, in [...]

Energy Storage by CO2 Methanization and Energy Carrying Compounds: A Thermodynamic Comparison

October 11, 2011|

Abstract Reconstructing current energy infrastructures dominated by fossil fuels towards a high share of renewable energy requires a drastic extension of energy storage capacities. Common storage technologies like compressed air or pumped hydro are either [...]

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