Sweden builds a gigantic underground tank to store green hydrogen

Inspenet, April 6, 2023

Sweden’s gigantic underground reservoir is a technological innovation that promises to change the way green hydrogen is stored. The deposit, located in the Västra Götaland region, is the first of its kind in the world.

It is designed to store large amounts of green hydrogen, a form of renewable energy that is produced from clean sources such as solar and wind power.

The underground reservoir is an initiative of the Swedish company PowerCell , which works to develop clean energy technologies. The reservoir is designed to store up to 5,000 tons of green hydrogen, which is equivalent to the amount of energy produced by a wind turbine for one year. The warehouse is also equipped with an advanced security system that includes temperature, pressure and humidity sensors.

Sweden is using technology to reduce carbon emissions and improve the quality of life for its citizens. This Nordic nation has long been at the forefront of technological innovation, and now it is taking its emissions reduction efforts to an even higher level.

The country has implemented a variety of measures to reduce emissions, from promoting renewable energy to adopting cleaner transportation technologies. These measures have helped reduce carbon emissions by 10% since 1990.

Green energy is a renewable energy source that is obtained from natural sources such as wind, sun, biomass and water. This energy is a clean and sustainable way of getting power for Sweden’s future and is an alternative to traditional energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas.

Inspenet, April 6, 2023

Source and photo: https://utopiapy.com/suecia-construye-un-gigantesco-deposito-subterraneo-para-almacenar-hidrogeno-verde/

Don’t miss the Inspenet News at: https://inspenet.com/inspenet-tv/

Related news

Share this news on your social networks