Innovation for Sustainable Energy (ISE) is a collection of individuals committed to improving the future through development and promotion of technologies to enable sustainable energy generation, storage, and transport. Our Washington State University team is developing a completely new and innovative refueling system. The heart of our station is a patent pending cooling system design that runs at a fraction of the pressure of currently operating systems – increasing durability and lifespan. Simple modifications could even allow for liquid hydrogen dispensing.
For our system, the WSU H2-Flo team makes use of a recycled shipping container to house all components, making the device easily movable and interchangeable. To liquify high purity hydrogen on site, our system only needs electricity along an H2 source.
While we have a start on the system build, we are currently asking for help to achieve our goals and make the future a better place. If you would like to make a monetary contribution, your tax-deductible donations will primarily fund the final pieces of equipment necessary to make our demonstrator field-implementable. Most specifically, we need a commercial grade Stirling Cycle precooler, a hydrogen compressor, an electrolyzer, and the dispensing interface. Our overall goal of $450,000 will allow us to realize the first hydrogen refueling station in Washington State. In return for your generosity, you will receive a gift commensurate with the level of your donation (yes the levels are cumulative):
Please explore our website for more detail on our excellent group of students, our design, future concepts, and our plan to make Washington’s future a hydrogen future.