SunHydrogen has initiated the scale-up in production of 1m² green hydrogen panels with its industrial partner, COTEC.
South Korean-based COTEC has recently established a laboratory dedicated to SunHydrogen’s technology and has successfully replicated its proprietary process on a laboratory scale, employing advanced industrial electroplating techniques.
The technology is expected to be the only self-contained nanoparticle-based hydrogen generation device capable of splitting water molecules into high-purity green hydrogen. SunHydrogen’s solar panel is comprised of multiple generators immersed in water, each containing billions of electroplated nanoparticles.
SunHydrogen’s CEO, Tim Young, understands that the scaling up to 1m² presents “inherent challenges,” however COTEC is the “ideal partner” needed to address the challenges.
He added, “I would like to thank COTEC for their dedication to our shared goals and our shareholders and supporters for their patience as we work to bring world-changing technology closer to commercialisation.”
To accelerate the company’s progress toward commercialisation, SunHydrogen engaged a renowned group of industrial partners and collaborators, including: the University of Iowa; University of Michigan; Project NanoPEC; Geomatec; InRedox; MSC; COTEC; and consultants Professor Kazunari Domen; Dr Hiroshi Nishiyama; and Dr Taro Yamada of the University of Tokyo.
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