Electrolytic Hydrogen Generation
Articles & Whitepapers
Cheaper Solution to Producing Hydrogen by Continuous Splitting of Water
For the first time, scientists from the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University have demonstrated that an inexpensive catalyst can split water and produce hydrogen gas continuously for hours in the extreme environment of a commercial device. Stanford graduate student McKenzie Hubert with equipment used to test a cheap alternative to an expensive ...
Potential applications of amorphous/metallic glassy alloys as hydrogen-permeable membranes for hydrogen production and bipolar plates for PEFC
The potential of amorphous/metallic glassy alloys as hydrogen-permeable membranes for hydrogen production and as bipolar plates for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (PEFCs) was investigated in this ...
A comparative evaluation of palladium and platinum nanoparticles as catalysts in proton exchange membrane electrochemical cells
US work on technical and economic aspects of electrolytic, thermochemical, and hybrid processes for hydrogen production at temperatures below 550°C
Historic Signing: Iwatani, SG H2 & City of Lancaster to Launch California’s First Complete Green Hydrogen Transportation Eco-System, A Model for the World
In a historic agreement, marked today by the signing ceremony, global energy company SG H2 Energy, the City of Lancaster and Iwatani (Tokyo Stock Exchange - 8088), Japan’s leading hydrogen industrial gas company and a major developer of ...
Greener than Green Hydrogen Company SGH2 Signs Largest Green H2 Offtake Deals in History to Help Decarbonize the California Transportation Sector
IEA Publishes World Energy Outlook 2022
Ember Analysis: Europe Can Achieve Clean Power by 2035 at No Extra Cost
Discover Our Solutions for Green Hydrogen at the Hydrogen Tech Expo
Equipment & Solutions
Waste to Hydrogen Technology
W2E specializes in providing solutions to waste disposal issues by utilizing these wastes to generate hydrogen for use as a substitute for hydrocarbon fuels. Renewables are fast gaining popularity, and the concept of transportation fuels, such as ethanol, from non-petroleum sources is becoming familiar to a majority of consumers. Hydrogen has the potential to provide energy for stationary ...