How the US is creating more efficient electrolyser systems

Electrolysis systems continue to be the backbone of the hydrogen economy and are recognised as one of the key methods in which to create large quantities of green hydrogen.

Within this technology space, companies and organisations around the world have been racing to create more efficient and effective electrolyser systems to enable low-cost generation of green hydrogen to create a richer market for the clean energy carrier.

In the US, various government programmes are helping tackle roadblocks in strengthening hydrogen production and, to find out more about one of these projects, H2 View spoke with Andrew Park, R&D Principal Engineer with the Chemours Company, and Dr. Bryan Pivovar, Senior Research Fellow with NREL.

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