NewHydrogen, UCLA expand green hydrogen technology research programme

NewHydrogen and the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) will continue to develop technologies that reduce the cost of green hydrogen production, having today (June 22) announced the expansion of its existing research agreement.

Sharing the news, the duo said that with an increased budget, the new agreement expands the scope of the non-precious metal-based oxygen evolution reaction (OER) catalyst development programme.

UCLA researchers recently created a non-precious metal-based catalyst that demonstrated significant improvement of OER in acidic conditions by substituting part of the existing metal element in the aforementioned catalyst material structure.

The catalyst’s low cost and high durability make it a good candidate toward the commercial water electrolysis systems operating at high current densities.

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