Hydrexia is an Australian company, created from the university of Queensland in 2004, specializing in solid-state hydrogen storage equipment, successfully designed, built and tested systems that stores hydrogen in solid form, based on a proprietary magnesium alloy.
This innovative technology enables hydrogen to be stored more economically with less space and weight, at much reduced pressure and with increased safety. This will enable existing merchant hydrogen markets to be serviced better for less costs and increase the potential of hydrogen as a clean energy carrier.
Besides, Hydrexia expands its business to the R&D and production of key equipment of hydrogen refueling stations and construction and operation of hydrogen refueling stations.
Fuel Cells, Hydrogen Storage,
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