Fuel cells & Electrolysers

Producing renewable electricity from solar and wind resources is intermittent, and thus, effective systems for storing the energy for continuous supply is required. Part of the energy transition is based on the large-scale use of hydrogen, using renewable energy to power the electrolysis of water. This green hydrogen is later used to make energy through a fuel cell.

Spatial ALD is known for the ability to deposit high quality pinhole-free thin-films with an unparalleled uniformity at high speed. This benefit can be utilized in the case of fuel cells, where the amount of the highly active but scarce interface materials (such as Nickel, Platinum and Iridium) can be minimalised by applying only thin active layers by Spatial ALD process. Even such thin layers will boost the surface exchange kinetics and electrocatalytic properties.

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