Clean Hydrogen Production Using Light-Activated Reactor – by Syzygy Plasmonics
According to the article,
- Syzygy Plasmonics has developed a new type of reactor for producing clean-burning hydrogen fuel from ammonia using light-activated catalysts.
- The inexpensive copper-iron catalysts tested in the labs maintained efficiency at a scale 500 times larger when tested in a Syzygy photoreactor.
- The recent development could open the door for broader hydrogen adoption, making it a more accessible and sustainable energy source for the future.