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2005 Annual Progress Report

VI. Storage

This section of the 2005 Progress Report for the DOE Hydrogen Program focuses on storage.

Hydrogen Storage Sub-program Overview, Sunita Satyapal, Department of Energy (PDF 244 KB)

A. Metal Hydrides

  1. Catalytically Enhanced Hydrogen Storage Systems, Craig M. Jensen, University of Hawaii (PDF 441 KB)
  2. High Density Hydrogen Storage System Demonstration using NaAlH4 Based Complex Compound Hydrides, Donald L. Anton, United Technologies Research Center (PDF 633 KB)
  3. Discovery of Novel Complex Metal Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage through Molecular Modeling and Combinatorial Methods, David A. Lesch, UOP LLC (PDF 308 KB)
  4. Complex Hydride Compounds with Enhanced Hydrogen Storage, Donald L. Anton, United Technologies Research Center (PDF 515 KB)
  5. DOE Metal Hydride Center of Excellence, James Wang, Sandia National Laboratories (PDF 1606 KB)
  6. Effects and Mechanisms of Mechanical Activation on Hydrogen Sorption/Desorption of Nanoscale Lithium Nitrides, Leon L. Shaw, University of Connecticut (PDF 224 KB)

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B. Chemical Hydrides

  1. Low Cost, Off-board Regeneration of Sodium Borohydride, Ying Wu, Millennium Cell Inc. (PDF 164 KB)
  2. Chemical Hydride Slurry for Hydrogen Production and Storage, Andrew W. McClaine, Safe Hydrogen, LLC (PDF 406 KB)
  3. Design and Development of New Carbon-based Sorbent Systems for an Effective Containment of Hydrogen, Alan Cooper, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. (PDF 185 KB)
  4. DOE Chemical Hydrogen Storage Center of Excellence, William Tumas, Los Alamos National Laboratory (PDF 796 KB)
  5. Development of Regenerable High Capacity Boron Nitrogen Hydrides as Hydrogen Storage Materials, Ashok Damle, RTI International (PDF 138 KB)

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C. Carbon Materials

  1. DOE Carbon-based Hydrogen Storage Center of Excellence, Michael J. Heben, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (PDF 995 KB)
  2. Carbide-derived Carbons with Tunable Porosity Optimized for Hydrogen Storage, John E. Fischer, University of Pennsylvania (PDF 220 KB)
  3. Electron Charged Graphite-based Hydrogen Storage Material, Chinbay Q. Fan, Gas Technology Institute (PDF 120 KB)
  4. Nanostructured Activated Carbon for Hydrogen Storage, Israel Cabasso, State University of New York, Polymer Research Institute, Syracuse Campus (PDF 248 KB)

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D. New Materials and Concepts

  1. Sub-nanostructured Non-transition Metal Complex Grids for Hydrogen Storage, Orhan Talu, Cleveland State University (PDF 1 MB)
  2. A Synergistic Approach to the Development of New Classes of Hydrogen Storage Materials, Jeffrey R. Long, University of California, Berkeley (PDF 200 KB)
  3. Hydrogen Storage in Novel Molecular Materials, Viktor Struzhkin, Carnegie Institution of Washington (PDF 361 KB)
  4. Hydrogen Storage in Novel Organic Clathrates, Jerry Atwood, University of Missouri-Columbia (PDF 211 KB)
  5. Metal Perhydrides for Hydrogen Storage, Jiann-Yang Hwang, Michigan Technological University (PDF 122 KB)
  6. Hydrogen Storage Materials with Binding Intermediate between Physisorption and Chemisorption, Juergen Eckert, University of California (PDF 170 KB)
  7. New Concepts for Optimized Hydrogen Storage in Metal-organic Frameworks, Adam J. Matzger, University of Michigan (PDF 288 KB)
  8. A Radically New Method for Hydrogen Storage in Hollow Glass Microspheres, Matthew M. Hall, Alfred University (PDF 129 KB)

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E. Compressed/Liquid Tanks

  1. Low Cost, High Efficiency, High Pressure Hydrogen Storage, Jui Ko, Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc (PDF 325 KB)
  2. Advanced Concepts for Containment of Hydrogen and Hydrogen Storage Materials, Salvador M. Aceves, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (PDF 288 KB)
  3. Analysis and Development of Cost-effective and Reliable H2 Off-board Hydrogen Storage Technology for Refueling Sites, Louis A. Lautman, Gas Technology Institute (PDF 159 KB)

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F. Testing and Analysis

  1. Standardized Testing Program for Emergent Chemical Hydride and Carbon Storage Technologies, Richard A. Page, Southwest Research Institute (PDF 508 KB)
  2. Analyses of Hydrogen Storage Materials and On-board Systems, Stephen Lasher, TIAX, LLC (PDF 360 KB)
  3. System-level Analysis of Hydrogen Storage Options, Rajesh K. Ahluwalia, Argonne National Laboratory (PDF 384 KB)

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G. Cross-cutting

  1. Clean Energy Research, Ralph E. White, University of South Carolina (PDF 496 KB)
  2. Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Research at the University of South Florida, Elias K. Stefanakos, University of South Florida (PDF 260 KB)
  3. Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Hydrogen Energy Systems, Chuck Ryan, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (PDF 236 KB)
  4. Solid State Hydrogen Storage Reduced Infrastructure Requirement Chemistry/Hardware Optimization Study, Scott Redmond, FuelSell Technologies Inc. (FST) (PDF 118 KB)
  5. Fundamental Research for Optimization of Hydrogen Storage and Utilization, Thomas F. Williams, University of Nevada at Las Vegas (PDF 113 KB)

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