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Smoltek Hydrogen is attending the 244th ECS Meeting in Gothenburg, Sweden. The event brings together the most active researchers in academia, government, and industry to engage, discuss, and innovate in the areas of electrochemistry and solid state science and related technologies.
Lowering the loading of Ir-based catalyst to ≈ 0.1 mg Ir/cm2, without compromising the overall performance, is critical in order to enable global mass manufacturing targets of PEM-electolyzers for green hydrogen production.
Smoltek Hydrogen will present the ECM (Electrolyzer Cell Material) technology on Sunday, October 8, 17:00–17:20 in Room F1. Read more in the abstract.
We also welcome you at the technical exhibit (booth #108) to meet with our scientists at the conference: Xin Wen, Bastien Penninckx, Jaime Sanchez, Sankar Sasidharan.
See you in Gothenburg, 8–12 October!
ECM technological scope: The low electrical resistivity and mechanical strength indicate why CNF are an attractive catalyst support material. The solution offered by Smoltek Hydrogen takes full advantage of the properties of CNF and the opportunities afforded by PECVD growth by growing vertical CNF on a PTL (above image). This method ensures contact between the CNF and the PTL while providing a high surface area substrate. Catalyst can then be deposited on top of this substrate. The vertical orientation of the CNF facilitates coating of the surface with additional layers of material, such as corrosion protection layers or catalyst particles.