This edition of the Energy and Power Systems TOE covers developments related to the solid state storage of hydrogen using magnesium hydride-based solutions. It also focuses on innovations and developments in the fields of new hybrid pick-up trucks that match the conventional trucks in performance, sensors for offshore wind energy solutions for life and performance monitoring, and thermoelectric generators that work based on the fluctuation in temperatures.
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Table of Contents
1. Magnesium Hydride for Fuel Cells, Offshore Wind Energy, Hybrid Trucks, and Thermoelectric Generation
- Modular Hydrogen Storage
- Low-temperature Hydrogen Storage
- Magnesium Hydride-based Modular Hydrogen Storage system
- Efficient Hydrogen Storage Using Magnesium Nano Crystals
- Enhancing Safety for Storing Hydrogen Using Magnesium Hydride
- Power Generation Based on Temperature Fluctuation
- Hybrid Pick Up Trucks
- Robust Sensors for Offshore Wind Turbines
- Sensors for Monitoring Offshore Turbine Performance and Health
- Offshore Wind Farm in the Indian Subcontinent
2. Key Contacts
- Industry Contacts