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Engineers Are Building Huge Salt Caves to Store Huge Amounts of Hydrogen

Caroline Delbert of Popular Mechanics reports that engineers are constructing massive salt caves to store hydrogen energy.

The C3 Take
  • Salt is a great medium for storing and generating green hydrogen.
  • If successful, these salt caves could solve the problem of storage for hydrogen energy.

“‘The project would initially have enough energy to power 150,000 households for one year and is scheduled to be operational by 2025,’ Fuel Cell Works reports. ‘It is being managed by Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS), a maker of gas turbines, and Magnum Development, which owns salt caverns for liquid fuel storage.’”

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