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sunhydrogen-receives-india-patent-for-nanoparticle-based-green-hydrogen-technology
© SunHydrogen

SunHydrogen receives India patent for nanoparticle-based green hydrogen technology

California-based SunHydrogen has said its nanoparticle-based green hydrogen technology has been granted a patent from the India Patent Office.

The patent protects the company’s semiconductor design which features high-density arrays of nano-size, high-voltage solar cells, which serves as the core of the start-up’s nanoparticle technology.

SunHydrogen revealed a first look at the prototype design of its nanoparticle-based green hydrogen technology which integrated its proprietary catalysts, light absorber, and membrane integration assembly, which is said to produce hydrogen by directly using electrical charges created by sunlight.

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