INTERVIEW | Start-up founded by Nobel Prize winner promises to revolutionise hydrogen industry with new solid-state storage material

H2MOF is utilising new field of metal organic framework chemistry to create low-cost crystalline structures with huge internal surface areas that can store and release H2 molecules using less energy than compression or liquefaction

A visual impression of the atomic structure of a MOF material.
A visual impression of the atomic structure of a MOF material.Photo: H2MOF
Published 20 June 2024, 07:45Updated 20 June 2024, 07:45