HydroGEN Project Kick-Off Meeting

The HydroGEN project kick-off meeting was held November 14–15, 2017, at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado. Two additional projects were kicked off at the High Temperature Electrolysis Review Meeting on September 13, 2018.

View project presentations by principal investigators at the meeting. Presentations will be added to this page as they become available.

Low-Temperature Electrolysis Projects

High Efficiency PEM Water Electrolysis, Kathy Ayers, Proton Onsite

Developing Novel Platinum Group Metal-Free Catalysts for Alkaline Hydrogen and Oxygen Evolution Reactions, Sanjeev Mukerjee and Serge Pann, Northeastern University

PGM-Free OER Catalysts for Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolyzer, Di-Jia Liu, Argonne National Laboratory

High-Performance Ultralow-Cost Non-Precious Metal Catalyst System for AEM Electrolyzer, Hoon Chung, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Scalable Elastomeric Membranes for Alkaline Water Electrolysis, Yu Seung Kim, Los Alamos National Laboratory

High-Temperature Electrolysis Projects

Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells for Large-Scale Hydrogen Production at Intermediate Temperatures, Prabhakar Singh, University of Connecticut

Characterization and Accelerated Life Testing of a New Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell, Scott Barnett, Northwestern University

Thin-Film, Metal-Supported High-Performance and Durable Proton-Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell, Tianli Zhu, United Technologies Research Center

Intermediate Temperature Proton-Conducting Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells with Improved Performance and Durability, Xingbo Liu, West Virginia University

Development of Durable Materials for Cost Effective Advanced Water Splitting Utilizing All Ceramic Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Stack Technology, John Pietras, Saint-Gobain

Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Projects

Best-in-Class Platinum Group Metal-Free (PGM-Free) Catalyst Integrated Tandem Junction PEC Water Splitting Devices, Eric Garfunkel and Charles Dismukes, Rutgers University

Protective Catalyst Systems on III-V and Si-Based Semiconductors for Efficient, Durable Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting Devices, Thomas Jaramillo, Stanford University

Novel Chalcopyrites for Advanced Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Nicolas Gaillard, University of Hawaii

Monolithically Integrated Thin-Film/Silicon Tandem Photoelectrodes for High Efficiency and Stable Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting, Zitian Mi, University of Michigan

Efficient and Stable Solar Water Splitting Using Earth-Abundant Catalysts and Novel Layered 2D Perovskites, Aditya Mohite, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Solar Thermochemical Water Splitting Projects

Accelerated Discovery of Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen Production Materials via High-Throughput Computational and Experimental Methods, Ryan O’Hayre, Colorado School of Mines

Computationally Accelerated Discovery and Experimental Demonstration of High-Performance Materials for Advanced Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen Production, Charles Musgrave, University of Colorado Boulder

Transformative Materials for High-Efficiency Thermochemical Production of Solar Fuels, Chris Wolverton, Northwestern University

Mixed Ionic Electronic Conducting Quaternary Perovskites: Materials by Design for Solar Thermochemical Hydrogen, Ellen Stechel, Arizona State University

Hybrid Thermochemical Project

High Temperature Reactor Catalyst Material Development for Low Cost and Efficient Solar Driven Sulfur-Based Processes, Claudio Corgnale, Greenway Energy, LLC

Benchmarking and Protocol Development Project

Benchmarking Advanced Water Splitting Technologies, Kathy Ayers, Proton Onsite