Article on underground hydrogen storage is published by Prof. Radoslaw Tarkowski

Monday, 13 May, 2019

ENeRG member Radoslaw Tarkowski has published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (www.elsevier.com/locate/rser) an interesting article “Underground hydrogen storage: Characteristics and prospects”. In his study underground hydrogen storage in various storage types (aquifers, depleted deposits of natural gas and oil, salt caverns) is discussed and road map for the implementation of underground hydrogen storage is presented. Geological, technological, economic, legal and social obstacles have to be overcome before the underground hydrogen storage could be implemented on a full scale. As a result of the complexity of the issue coupled with the lack of experience in this kind of operations, a prolonged period of studies is expected by author. A better understanding of the processes of hydrogen interaction with ambient rocks and the installations is needed.
For more details from this publication go to the publisher
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2019.01.051

Author: 
Alla Shogenova