How can hydrogen safely be stored and transported as an energy carrier and for chemical production? One possible solution is Liquid-Organic-Hydrogen Carriers, so-called LOHC, which can be handled easily and safely as liquids and which release the hydrogen again when required.
In this virtual talk, Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg, and Dr. Kai Holtappels, Federal Institute for Materials Testing, Berlin, present the latest developments on hydrogen transport and hydrogen safety. Question about how hydrogen can be handled safely in the context of mobility, for example when refueling vehicles will be discussed as well.
Fuel-like hydrogen logistics using Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier systems
Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid,
Head of Institute for Chemical Reaction Engineering
Hydrogen – Trust through Safety
Dr. Kai Holtappels,
Head of Division "Constructive Fire and Explosion Safety Gases"
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung, Berlin (BAM)
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Kurt Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt M.
(As of 20 October 2020. Subject to alterations.)
The Virtual Talk follows our first event on August 27, 2020, which focused on hydrogen production using electrolysis.
Get information on the current status from the invited experts and take the opportunity to ask questions – you are cordially invited.
We look forward to your registration, participation is free of charge.
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