Hydrogen-based Energy Storage (IEA-HIA Task 32)
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) in its Hydrogen Implementation Agreement (HIA) conducts the core R&D work in Tasks byMember Experts.Task 32 'Hydrogen-based Energy Storage' addresses solutions for energy storage based on hydrogen. Task 32 is the largest international collaboration in this field involving over 50 experts from 18 countries. Currently, the task consists of six working groups, porous materials, magnesium-based hydrogen and energy storage materials, complex and liquid hydrides, electrochemical storage of energy, heat storage and hydrogen storage systems for mobile applications.
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