Oxford nanoSystems announces ‘major breakthrough’ in green hydrogen production cost reduction

UK-based Oxford nanoSystems (OnS) on Tuesday (June 20) announced a major breakthrough in the pursuit of driving down green hydrogen production cost, which it says is due to its electrode coating technology.

OnS has said its proprietary coating called nanoFLUX can improve the hydrogen production capacity of alkaline electrolysers by over 50% and could lead to “radically” reduced production costs.

The metallic-alloy coating is applied to electrolyser electrodes to promote the formation and release of gas bubbles within the electrolyser, which in turn reduced the energy losses caused by the build-up of bubbles which form an insulating layer.

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