Progression in production of green hydrogen

Research by the University of Newcastle has highlighted progression in the production of green hydrogen.

The first thermodynamically-reversible chemical reactor, developed by university researchers, is capable of producing hydrogen as a pure product stream, representing a step forward for the chemical industry.

The reactor avoids mixing reactant gases by transferring oxygen between reactant streams via a solid-state oxygen reservoir.

Hydrogen produced as a pure product stream is the end product, eliminating the need for separation of the final products.

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