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Consortium concludes next-generation hydrogen production research

Consortium concludes next-generation hydrogen production research

Advent Technologies has concluded a Department of Energy HydroGen Program in which a number of collaborators advanced the state of hydrogen production with a next-generation water electrolysis.

Funded by the Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, the project also included lead partner Northeastern University, the University of Delaware, along with several National Laboratories.

The purpose of the program was to use ion exchange membranes and low-cost catalysts to achieve three main objectives:

  1. Lower cost of hydrogen
  2. Cost-effective electrolyser
  3. Electrolysis of saltwater

Dr. Vasilis Gregoriou, Advent’s Founder and CEO, said, “This advancement further validates Advent’s leading role in hydrogen production. We were excited to have partnered with prestigious research institutions such as Northeastern University and the University of Delaware, as well as multiple DOE Laboratories – including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratory.”

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