Fuel Cell Technologies for Ammonia Economy - Website
The main aim of this proposal is to offer a viable, competitive alternative to current PEM fuel cells and their hydrogen provision. Specifically, to increase the fuel flexibility of low-temperature polymer electrolyte fuel cells through developing a state-of-the art anion membrane alkaline fuel cell, using hydrogen obtained from ammonia as the fuel source.


Fuel Cell and Electrocatalysis Laboratory, University, Wuhan, China - Website
The research direction of this laboratory is devoted to clean energy electrochemical conversion, mainly to carry out basic research related to fuel cells. Their work covers four aspects of "calculation-material-catalysis-device": "calculation" includes molecular design based on density functional calculations, molecular modeling of mesoscale materials and processes; and "materials" Electrocatalyst (low platinum and non-platinum),  alkaline polymer electrolyte, new energy storage materials; "catalysis" is mainly the key electrochemical reaction of in situ spectroscopy (IR, MS, etc.), model catalyst and molecular electrocatalysis ; "Device" research is for practical applications, the development of fuel cells without the use of precious metals, and the new concept of electrochemical energy conversion and storage technology.


Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat) - Website
The Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat) is an initiative to accelerate the development of catalysts made without platinum group metals (PGM-free) for use in automotive fuel cell applications. Current state-of-the-art fuel cell systems rely on platinum-based catalysts that make up nearly 50% of the total fuel cell cost. ElectroCat aims to bring together a network of enduring tools and expertise across the National Laboratory network under a streamlined, single point of contact interface that makes it easy for industry and academic partners to quickly gain access to the Consortium.


 

Fuel Cell Technologies for Ammonia Economy - Website
The main aim of this proposal is to offer a viable, competitive alternative to current PEM fuel cells and their hydrogen provision. Specifically, to increase the fuel flexibility of low-temperature polymer electrolyte fuel cells through developing a state-of-the art anion membrane alkaline fuel cell, using hydrogen obtained from ammonia as the fuel source.


Fuel Cell and Electrocatalysis Laboratory, University, Wuhan, China - Website
The research direction of this laboratory is devoted to clean energy electrochemical conversion, mainly to carry out basic research related to fuel cells. Their work covers four aspects of "calculation-material-catalysis-device": "calculation" includes molecular design based on density functional calculations, molecular modeling of mesoscale materials and processes; and "materials" Electrocatalyst (low platinum and non-platinum),  alkaline polymer electrolyte, new energy storage materials; "catalysis" is mainly the key electrochemical reaction of in situ spectroscopy (IR, MS, etc.), model catalyst and molecular electrocatalysis ; "Device" research is for practical applications, the development of fuel cells without the use of precious metals, and the new concept of electrochemical energy conversion and storage technology.


Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat) - Website
The Electrocatalysis Consortium (ElectroCat) is an initiative to accelerate the development of catalysts made without platinum group metals (PGM-free) for use in automotive fuel cell applications. Current state-of-the-art fuel cell systems rely on platinum-based catalysts that make up nearly 50% of the total fuel cell cost. ElectroCat aims to bring together a network of enduring tools and expertise across the National Laboratory network under a streamlined, single point of contact interface that makes it easy for industry and academic partners to quickly gain access to the Consortium.