Aqueous fuel to revolutionize hydrogen transport and refuelling: Page 5 of 5

March 25, 2019 //By Julien Happich
Aqueous fuel to revolutionize hydrogen transport and refuelling
Australian-Israeli startup company Electriq~Global aims to simplify the hydrogen transport and refuelling infrastructure thanks to a safe water-based and hydrogen-rich fuel it developed together with a catalytic system that efficiently releases hydrogen on demand for any third-party fuel cells.

The company hopes to have its first truck-compatible prototype by the end of this year or early 2020 but it may take three to five years before it hits its biggest markets, the automotive and maritime sectors.

Electriq~Global has announced a partnership with Dutch startup Eleqtec to launch its water-based fuel technology in the Netherlands, including Electriq~Fuel’s recycling plants and mobility applications for trucks, barges and mobile generators.

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