Mechanical modelling, design, fabrication and testing of electrolyser stacks for low cost and advanced performance

This energy efficiency and recovery project involves the mechanical modelling, design, fabrication and testing of electrolysers for aggregate efficiency improvements and lower cost of hydrogen using sustainable, low-purity water sources. The outcomes will enable increased renewable hydrogen production from water electrolysis to achieve net zero emission targets by 2050 that also achieve the United Nations Sustainability Development Goal for sustainable water management.

Funding / Grants

  • QUT Postrgraduate Research Award ($84,276)

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