California start up H2U Technologies has unveiled its Catalyst Discovery Engine™ (CDE™), claiming it can make and test catalyst materials up to 10,000 times faster than any other method.
The breakthrough is significant as the planet has only about one-tenth the iridium it needs to meet the rapidly growing global demand for hydrogen electrolysers.
H2U is leveraging its CDE to develop a suite of novel catalysts that could replace expensive, rare materials like iridium.
The AI-driven CDE is a rapid screening process developed over 10 years at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) through a $122m Department of Energy (DOE) grant.
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