TECO 2030 has been boosted by an NOK100 million investment from SunHydrogen which will help raise its profile in the United States.
US-based SunHydrogen is developing a breakthrough technology to make renewable hydrogen using sunlight and any source of water.
Currently in development, SunHydrogen’s technology uses a nanoparticle-based approach in which billions of microscopic nanoparticles split apart water at the molecular level into oxygen and green hydrogen.
As SunHydrogen’s technology directly uses the electrical charges created by sunlight to generate hydrogen, its nanoparticle technology does not rely on grid power or require costly power electronics. Additionally, SunHydrogen’s planned scalable system configuration of many individual hydrogen-generating panels ensures redundancy and stability.
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