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Versogen Closes Series A Funding, Raises $14.5M

May 10, 2022

Investment will scale up the development of low-cost green hydrogen electrolyzer stacks Versogen, an industry-leading green energy startup, announces a $14.5M Series A funding round led by Doosan Corporation and its affiliate HyAxiom, Inc. Other investors include The Chemours Company, TechEnergy Ventures, Wenstone H2Tech LLC, TOP Ventures America LLC, a CVC arm of Thai Oil Versogen Closes Series A Funding, Raises $14.5M

A shorted membrane electrochemical cell powered by hydrogen to remove CO2 from the air feed of hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells

February 15, 2022

A hydrogen economy has long been promoted as a ground-breaking aspect of a low-carbon future. However, there is little consensus on what this future entails, with The alkaline environment of hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells (HEMFCs) potentially allows use of cost-effective catalysts and bipolar plates in devices. However, HEMFC performance is adversely affected by CO2 A shorted membrane electrochemical cell powered by hydrogen to remove CO2 from the air feed of hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cells

A green hydrogen economy for a renewable energy society

August 23, 2021

Highlights Green hydrogen is uniquely equipped to decarbonize sectors which do not have green alternatives. A ‘hydrogen economy’ is an essential secondary energy economy to realizing a majority renewable energy society. Early implementation of green hydrogen will be in the current chemical synthesis market. Hydrogen will penetrate the transportation and buildings and heating sectors in A green hydrogen economy for a renewable energy society

Does the Green Hydrogen Economy Have a Water Problem?

August 19, 2021

In 1766, Henry Cavendish discovered a lightweight gas which, when burned in air, turned into water. In 1787, Antoine Lavoisier named this new gas “hydrogen”, a combination of the roots hydro and genes–quite literally “water-former”. 1 Not long after, scientists discovered that by adding electricity to water, hydrogen can be produced by the reverse reaction. Does the Green Hydrogen Economy Have a Water Problem?

Performance and Durability of Pure-Water-Fed Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers Using Baseline Materials and Operation

August 10, 2021

Abstract Water electrolysis powered by renewable electricity produces green hydrogen and oxygen gas, which can be used for energy, fertilizer, and industrial applications and thus displace fossil fuels. Pure-water anion-exchange-membrane (AEM) electrolyzers in principle offer the advantages of commercialized proton-exchange-membrane systems (high current density, low cross over, output gas compression, etc.) while enabling the use Performance and Durability of Pure-Water-Fed Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers Using Baseline Materials and Operation

Versogen Adds Two Mechanical Engineers to a Growing Team

April 22, 2021

New hires will design an innovative electrolyzer for producing green hydrogen Versogen, an industry-leading green energy startup, welcomes two mechanical engineers, Lisa Dunsmore, Ph.D. and Felipe Mojica, M.S., to its multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs. The new hires are charged with designing and building Versogen’s first 1 kW electrolyzer that uses an anion Versogen Adds Two Mechanical Engineers to a Growing Team