FR EN
Home | Projects | R&D projects

R&D projects

McPhy is a leader in solid hydrogen storage and invests a significant portion of its revenues in R&D to continually improve its products both in terms of active materials (hydrides and addenda) as well as in terms of their implementation in various storage solutions. McPhy is a member of the Tenerrdis business cluster, and is committed to several projects as a direct partner or subcontractor.

European projects


ATLAS-H2

ATLAS-H2 is an Industry-Academia Partnership on hydrogen storage in solid materials aiming to develop and test (in the short term) and bring to the market (in the medium to longer term) integrated advanced metal hydride tanks with high added value applications especially for stationary systems and hydrogen compression.
Project's website

NANOHy

The work in NANOHy aims at combining the latest developments in the metal hydride field with novel concepts for tailoring materials properties.
Project's website

NESSHY

NESSHY aims at developing novel materials, storage methods and fabrication processes that provide the energy density and the charge/discharge, storage/restitution rates necessary for mobile applications with spin-offs in stationary systems. The final aim of the project is to identify the most promising solid storage solutions for such applications.
Project's website

ANR Project (national research agency)


Modernhy-T

Model and tool for design and evaluation of innovative hydride tanks for transport
Download presentation

FUI project (single interministerial fund)


Hy-CAN

R&D project for the development of a compact hydrogen storage, combining advantages of both pressure and metal hydrides storage methods, and its integration to a passive type fuel-cell.
Results of the 8th call for projects
Tenerrdis press release

Other types of projects

Rhône-Alpes Energy Research Cluster "Connecting a hydrogen-fueled SOFC battery to a magnesium hydride tank"

The project objective is to develop a complete demonstrator including a large-scale magnesium hydride tank, a SOFC (1 to 5kW) fuel cell and a system for thermal energy recovery of heat generated by the SOFC fuel cell.
Project's websitet


Carnot Institute – Energies of the future “Hydrogen component sectors”

This project involves reversible hydrogen storage in the form of magnesium hydride, from the shaping of materials through to tank design.
Project's website