South-Korean university develops a cheaper, more efficient catalyst to produce hydrogen

A South-Korean university has said its researchers have developed a new catalyst to produce hydrogen from water splitting, it revealed today (June 13).

Chung-Ang University claims the new catalyst, composed of hydroxide-sulphide heterostructure, is cheaper and more efficient than traditional methods, with hopes it could improve the scalability of hydrogen production.

Concerns surrounding the cost to meet large-scale of green hydrogen production have been highlighted as a significant challenge in transitioning to the clean fuel, seeing countries such as the US attempting to reduce the cost.

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