NanoH2 focuses on development of the hydrogen storage test module, e.g., using nanostructured sorption composites and high surface area colloidal nano-catalysts. In addition, this project provides cost-benefit analysis among different alternative solutions based on the storage assets. It contains parallel activities, which include laboratory scale PEM-electrolyser, fuel cell and hydrogen storage experimental research, mathematical modelling and demonstration site preparation.
NanoH2 – Project Proposal – Business Finland-China collaboration
University of Vaasa is preparing China-Finland R&D collaboration project with Business Finland and Zhejiang Science & Technology Commission, entitled “Nano-structured sorption composites development for hydrogen storage (NanoH2)”. Prof. Hannu Laaksonen, Assoc. Prof. Miadreza Shafiekhah and Assoc. Prof. Xiaoshu Lu are the main contributors from the University of Vaasa.