New characterization techniques developed at the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation may help improve electrochemical storage technologies, such as fuels cells used in UD’s hydrogen fuel cell buses.

UD researchers report new method for characterizing materials that might eventually help store energy

May 18, 2020

Renewable technologies are a promising solution for addressing global energy needs in a sustainable way. However, widespread adoption of renewable energy resources from solar, wind, biomass and more have lagged, in part because they are difficult to store and transport.
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