Hydrogen Storage Tank at second stage

The composite Hydrogen Storage Tank went into the second stage, testing to achieve net zero carbon use in the automotive sector, which has reached a level that’s not been explored much within the UK.

Composites experts from the University of Sheffield AMRC (Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre) have worked alongside Elite GSS and Crossfield Excalibur on the 12-month project.

Further steps for the group are to continue with improved capabilities and more testing of these Hydrogen Pressure Vessels, in conjunction for the launch of the government’s net zero and hydrogen strategies, aimed at supporting the UK to deliver on its pledge to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

See the news about our first stage of this Hydrogen Storage Tank?