I started a blog on liquid hydrogen (LH2) systems in early 2016 while I was a partner in my previous company, Isotherm Energy. There was a very small audience focused on the topic at that time, but interest in LH2 has grown dramatically since.
As the number of posts accumulated over the past seven years, it became harder to find ones on a particular topic. So earlier this year I created a categorized blog index on my website that is kept up-to-date.
Below are links to what's in there now, along with a link to the live index at the bottom for anyone interested. Each category is in reverse chronological order, so if you're a person who likes to start a story at the beginning, you may want to read them from bottom to top.
Let me know if there's an LH2 topic you're interested in that you don't see here and I can try to address it in a future post. Any thoughts, comments, or updated information related to any of these posts are also appreciated. Happy reading!
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Integration and Implementation
Strategy and Public Policy
Systems and Modeling
Training and Speaking
Matt Moran is the Managing Member at Moran Innovation LLC, and previous Managing Partner at Isotherm Energy. He's been developing power and propulsion systems for more than 40 years; and break-through liquid, slush, and gaseous hydrogen systems since the mid-1980s. Matt was also the Sector Manager for Energy & Materials in his last position at NASA where he worked for 31 years. He's been a co-founder in seven technology startups; and provided R&D and engineering support to many organizations. Matt has three patents and more than 50 publications including the Cryogenic Fluid Management series. He also leads the monthly LH2 Era™ Webinar.