Due to effective processes such as developing technology and increasing population, the world's need for energy is constantly increasing. Fossil fuels are rapidly depleting and every country has to take the necessary measures for energy independence. For this reason, in the last 10 years, studies have been carried out to find renewable, environmentally friendly, inexpensive new energy sources and/or carriers, and hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has been the answer to all these searches.  Hydrogen is one of the cleanest energy carriers.

Hydrogen energy is the cleanest energy source that can replace existing energy sources, but there are many problems that must be overcome in order to use it in daily life. For daily use; Studies on cost, efficiency, portable use, transportation and storage safety are continuing. Although hydrogen is the fuel that gives the most chemical energy per unit mass, it is a big problem to be stored in vehicles, especially since it is the lightest and smallest molecule. For this reason, it has become necessary to develop traditional hydrogen storage methods and replace them with alternative techniques. Hydrogen can be stored in various environments by thermochemical, electrochemical and mechanical chemical methods.

Within the scope of the energy efficiency application laboratory, necessary researches are provided for the development of hydrogen technology.