Our hydrogenation process reacts hydrogen gas with KBO2 to produce a powdery coffee-like compound (KBH4), ready for easy storage and transportation. Our dehydrogenation process releases the hydrogen - and KBO2 as a by-product - thus forming a full cycle.
The Electriq Release system uses a proprietary catalyst to release hydrogen from the Electriq Fuel, after mixing it with water. The dehydrogenation (release) process provides fuel-cell grade hydrogen and zero-emissions electricity.
In which form is the hydrogen?
Is the hydrogen format flammable or inert?
In what type of container is the hydrogen stored?
Size of the system used to convert the carrier to energy
How long can the hydrogen be stored without loss?
How dense is the energy (higher is better)?
Do you need any additional grid power or similar to release the hydrogen?
At what temperature is the hydrogen released?