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Green Hydrogen from Salt Water Using Catalyst

Here’s an article posted in Azo Clean Tech.

According to the article,

  • Researchers have developed a novel catalyst that can produce green hydrogen from seawater using solar energy.
  • This breakthrough could revolutionize the renewable energy industry by providing a sustainable method for generating clean hydrogen.
  • The catalyst is a significant advancement as it enables the use of abundant seawater as a resource for green hydrogen production.

Interestingly, we have some other posts related to this content:

Green Hydrogen From Seawater Using Catalysts: UH researchers develop a catalyst for converting seawater to green hydrogen, a game-changer for regions with limited freshwater access. Green Hydrogen from Seawater Using PEM Electrolyzer by Fraunhofer ISE: Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Fraunhofer ISE) has presented a green hydrogen production technique via proton exchange membrane (PEM) electrolyzer, employing seawater. Double-Membrane Electrolysis: A New Method for Producing Hydrogen Directly from Seawater – A new method called double-membrane electrolysis enables the extraction of hydrogen directly from seawater, operating without creating toxic by-products like bleach and chlorine.


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