Microbial H2 consumption at conditions relevant for H2 underground storage

Anja Dohrmann & Martin Krüger
Underground storage of hydrogen could be an alternative way to store large amounts of energy. However, microbial consumption of H2 is still a major uncertainty factor. Since microbial life is widespread in the crust of the earth an underground storage site needs to be seen as a habitat for microorganisms. Microbial activity at the H2 storage site might affect the stored H2 as well as the integrity of the storage site itself. There is great...
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