Hydrogenious Technologies GmbH

Weidenweg 13, 91058 Erlangen
Germany
Telephone +49 9131 12640-10
Fax +49 9131 12640-29
sales@hydrogenious.net

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Energy Storage Europe 2018 hall map (Hall 8b): stand F08

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Energy Storage Europe 2018 fairground map: Hall 8b

Contact

Dominik Herzog

Phone
+49(0)9131 12640 222

Email
dominik.herzog@hydrogenious.net

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Chemical Energy Storage / Power-to-Gas
  • 03.01  Hydrogen Storage
  • 03.01.02  Hydrogen Storage
  • 03.01.02.02  Liquid Storage

Our products

Product category: Liquid Storage

Hydrogen Transport and Storage

The challenge

Hydrogen is a gas with extremely low density and high storage densities are difficult to achieve. At ambient conditions it takes 11 cubic meter to store 1 kilogram of hydrogen. Conventional hydrogen storage only works under very high pressures (compressed hydrogen: 700+ bars) or very low temperatures (liquefied hydrogen: – 253 °C). This generates additional risks and requires energy intensive compression and liquefaction procedures.

The Solution

Hydrogenious Technologies developed the breakthrough in hydrogen storage. The safe and efficient storage of hydrogen in Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC). LOHC can be stored and transported under ambient conditions in the existing fuel infrastructure without the need for high pressures or low temperatures. One cubic meter of LOHC can store more than 600 cubic meters of hydrogen gas.

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About us

Company details

Founded in 2013, Hydrogenious Technologies is a spin-off of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg by its CEO Dr. Daniel Teichmann and the three co-founders Prof. Wolfgang Arlt, Prof. Peter Wasserscheid and Prof. Eberhardt Schlücker.

The need for safe and efficient hydrogen storage for multi-MWh energy storage systems was imminent – and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers (LOHC) proved to be the solution. Having completed the technological proof of concept at the university’s laboratories, the idea became reality and Hydrogenious Technologies, a global pioneer in LOHC based energy storage, was born.

With the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg becoming a shareholder in May 2014 and the successful close of a Series A funding round in July 2014 with Anglo American Platinum as investor, Hydrogenious Technologies is now backed with strong scientific, strategic and financial capacities to revolutionize large-scale energy and hydrogen storage.

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Company data

Number of employees

50-99

Foundation

2013

Area of business
  • Chemical energy storage/Power-to-gas
  • Storage systems
Target groups
  • Energy sector (representatives from PV, wind, biomass etc.)
  • Manufactures of components from the (regenerative) gas industry
  • Manufacturers of electrolyzers and fuel cells
  • Carrier of gas distribution systems
  • Research institutes
  • Enterprises