Green Hydrogen from Seawater with Double-Membrane Electrolysis – New Method
Here’s an article posted in Energy Post that talks about the double-membrane electrolysis method for harvesting hydrogen from seawater.
According to the article,
- Double-membrane electrolysis: A new method for producing hydrogen directly from seawater.
- Environmentally friendly: Operates without generating toxic by-products like bleach and chlorine.
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