Quartet focus on developing green hydrogen

HyET E-Trol and HyET NoCarbon have partnered with TU Delft and Colorado School of Mines to develop green hydrogen and decarbonisation technologies.

All parties will work together to jointly scale up electrolysed and component technologies, for low- and high-temperature green hydrogen production.

HyET E-Trol will focus on developing low-temperature anion exchange membrane (AEM) based electrolysers with TU Delft, and work with Colorado School of Mines to scale up and commercialise novel high-temperature proton conducting solid oxide (P-SOEC/PCEC) water electrolysers.

The goal is to develop low-temperature electrochemical and novel palladium membrane and proton conducting ceramic (PCEC) technologies and scale them up for the application areas.

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