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Hydrogen is Scientifically shortened as H2 and is a colourless, odourless, and tasteless gas. Because H2 is lighter than air, it hovers higher than the earth’s atmosphere. Therefore, it cannot be found in nature and must be created by humans. Hydrogen is produced by separating it from other elements and collecting the vapour.

Hydrogen battery storage life refers to the amount of time that a hydrogen battery can retain its charge without significant degradation or loss of capacity. In other words, it is the length of time that a hydrogen battery can store hydrogen and maintain its ability to provide electrical power when needed. Currently our system measures no degradation in over 25 years.

The capacity of a hydrogen storage system is usually measured in terms of its weight of hydrogen and is typically expressed in units such as kilograms (kg). The higher the storage capacity of the system, the more energy it can potentially provide when the hydrogen is converted into electricity through the fuel cell.

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