is a project of the 7th European Framework Programme of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), running between 2012 and 2015.
The overall objective of the ELECTROHYPEM
project is to develop cost-effective components for proton conducting membrane electrolysers with enhanced activity and stability in order to reduce stack and system costs and to improve efficiency, performance and durability.
The focus of the project is concerning mainly with low-cost electrocatalysts and membrane development. The project is addressing the validation of these materials in a PEM electrolyser for residential applications in the presence of renewable power sources.
The aim is to contribute to the road-map addressing the achievement of a wide scale decentralised hydrogen production infrastructure.
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