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

A hydrogen economy has long been promoted as a ground-breaking aspect of a low-carbon... Read More →


A green hydrogen economy for a renewable energy society

Highlights Green hydrogen is uniquely equipped to decarbonize sectors which do not have green... Read More →


Does the Green Hydrogen Economy Have a Water Problem?

In 1766, Henry Cavendish discovered a lightweight gas which, when burned in air, turned... Read More →


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

Abstract Water electrolysis powered by renewable electricity produces green hydrogen and oxygen gas, which... Read More →


Operando cathode activation with alkali metal cations for high current density operation of water-fed zero-gap carbon dioxide electrolysers

Continuous-flow electrolysers allow CO2 reduction at industrially relevant rates, but long-term operation is still challenging.... Read More →


Water-Fed Hydroxide Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer Enabled by a Fluoride-Incorporated Nickel–Iron Oxyhydroxide Oxygen Evolution Electrode

Versogen’s electrolyzer technology has been shown to operate at 1,020 mA cm-2 at 1.8... Read More →