Major new project at Nottingham University in the UK is developing dual-use energy storage technology

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New £1m project is developing dual-use energy storage technology. This technology can deliver hydrogen to a fuel cell and generates direct cooling for refrigeration. Such technology can be used by commercial food operations where refrigeration can be responsible for 30-60 per cent of electricity usage and 1.2 per cent of the UK’s total CO2 emissions.

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