Californian developer of hydrogen production technology SunHydrogen has renewed and expanded its sponsored research agreement with the University of Iowa for another year.
The renewal will see a considerable increase in funding and staffing for SunHydrogen, helping to accelerate the development of its nanotechnology-based hydrogen production innovation.
With the expanded research and development team, a focus will be on the development efforts needed to expedite the commercialisation of its game-changing nanoparticle technology approach to renewable hydrogen.
Tim Young, CEO of SunHydrogen, said, “The next twelve months will see exciting progress in the development of our technology. The renewal of the agreement and the significant increase in funding will accelerate that development.”
“As we have stated before, our partnership with the University of Iowa has been a key to our success to date. The work completed and the knowledge gained through out years of association with the research team will allow us to accelerate out path to commercialisation.”