The development of hydrogen technology has been significant over the last 20 years. Fuel cells, electrolysers and even hydrogen-fueled cars have become a reality. But one thing has not changed for decades: the way hydrogen is being stored and transported. With hydrogen being the lightest and smallest molecule of all, high-density storage has always been the most challenging part in the long-proclaimed hydrogen economy.

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