NewHydrogen and Californian university collaborate to produce ‘world’s cheapest’ green hydrogen

NewHydrogen has entered into a research agreement with UC Santa Barbara to identify a more efficient way to produce the ‘world’s cheapest’ green hydrogen.

Working with the University of California, Santa Barbara, the two organisations will work towards developing a better way to efficiently split water into cheap green hydrogen with a thermochemical approach, using heat rather than electricity.

The university will provide a world-class chemical and materials engineers led by Dr. Philip Christopher to the project, which will plan to exploit the features of molten liquids to directly split water continuously into a single redox chemical loop, producing hydrogen and oxygen in separate chambers.

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