Funded by the EPSRC (UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council), research carried out by the three year project has included; alternative approaches to steam reforming; addressing a wider range of primary hydrocarbons (such as those considered as problem wastes) in order to source new distributed hydrogen; tuning the processes that deal with unusual primary feed stocks by reforming or other processes and the utilisation of electricity surplus to demand through electrolysis, improved gas separation membranes, more efficient liquefaction, the storage of hydrogen as ammonia, as well as investigating the overarching sociotechnical aspects.
CPI is working alongside SUPERGEN DoSH2 in order to help progress the development of their technologies by helping to engage with industry and is keen to hear from any parties looking to collaborate with the project
Let’s innovate together
To find out more about how we can work together, please enter your details below. More contact options