Low-Cost Thermo-Electrochemical Hydrogen Low-Cost Thermo-Electrochemical Hydrogen Building on key benefits of our Labyrinth Reactor, an electrochemical enhancement addresses several theoretical and practical challenges of purely thermochemical processes. The goal is a process that merges the best features of thermochemical reactors and electrolyzers (both proton exchange and solid oxide), while avoiding their challenges and drawbacks. We anticipate an exceptionally low capital cost, fast ramping, and a high efficiency. Moreover, the approach significantly opens up the redox-active materials space, giving confidence that key materials costs can be low and the materials can be domestically sourced.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/22 → 3/31/24|
- DOE: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE): $398,651.00
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