- The Invited Perspective on “Photoelectrocatalytic Water Splitting” Was Published on ACS Catalysis
- Researchers report Photo-assisted Oxygen Reduction Reaction in H2-O2 Fuel Cell
- DICP Researchers Achieved a New Progress on Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting
- DICP Researchers Discovered Simultaneous Two Electron Transfer Mechanism from Semiconductor to Molecular Catalyst under Strong Alkaline Conditions
- DICP Researchers Developed the Effective Surface Modification for Record Efficiency of Perovskite Solar Cells
Make A Giant Leap For Energy Storage
Rutgers chemistry professors Charles Dismukes and Martha Greenblatt developed a nickel-phosphide compound (Ni5P4) that has promising potential to replace platinum in fuel cells and electrolyzers. They published their findings on the patent-pending technology in the March edition of the Royal Society of Chemistry journal, Energy & Environmental Science.
Rutgers has partnered with Proton OnSite, a commercial manufacturer of electrolyzers, to test this new material. SOFI has played a role in connecting the two, as Rutgers is an academic member of the SOFI consortium, and Proton OnSite is an industry partner. SOFI is partnering with Proton OnSite on our Demo Project.
You can bet we’re going to keep our eye on this promising technology and this exciting partnership between Rutgers and Proton OnSite.