NewHydrogen has provided an update today (June 1) on the progress of its green hydrogen technology development under a sponsored research agreement with the University of California (UCLA).
The research project, in collaboration with the UCLA, is currently focused on replacing iridium, a precious metal that is only found in asteroids, with earth abundant materials to help meet or exceed the performance of iridium.
It is hoped that the research will create robust and inexpensive materials with an outstanding ability to catalyse the electrochemical oxygen evolution reaction (OER) while also achieving overall high-performance water electrolysis for hydrogen production.
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