Using the NICE (None Interval, Catalyst, Electrolyte / No Catalyst, No Electrolyte, No Separation Membrane) method, securing higher economic efficiency than the existing water electrolysis method.
The market for hydrogen storage is formed by a gas compression method or liquefaction method. There is a risk of explosion due to the high pressure of up to 700 bar for hydrogen storage, charging, and transportation. So a solid storage alloy controlled under of 10 bar will be the safest method.
MH storage can store 5 times more than hydrogen gas and 1.2 times more than liquid hydrogen when comparing hydrogen storage per unit volume.
Metal Hydride will be a game changer for the future hydrogen ecosystem.
The most important part of MH storage is w.t%, which is a measure of how much hydrogen can be stored. Currently, commercialization is 1.76 w.t%, but our developed technology can exceed 3 w.t%.
In addition, it can be stored and transported in a container, so it can be transported to island areas, and there is no boil-off gas phenomenon of gaseous hydrogen or liquefied hydrogen.