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PNNL Scientist Discuss Liquid Hydrogen Research on Reddit

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PNNL Scientist Discuss Liquid Hydrogen Research on Reddit

Justin Lewis

On October 6, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) researcher Jamie Holladay took to Reddit for an "Ask Me Anything" on work the lab is doing to produce low-cost liquid hydrogen for fuel cells with high-field magnets. Holladay was joined by Dr. John Barclay, the inventor of active magnetic regenerators and President and CTO of Emerald Energy NW LLC, which is partnering with PNNL on this research.

Click here for the full Ask Me Anything with Holladay.