HyperSolar expands agreement with University of Iowa


HyperSolar has extended its sponsored research agreement with the University of Iowa through to the 30th April, 2016.

Since adding University of Iowa to collaborate alongside the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in November 2014, HyperSolar has experienced tremendous progress towards making its technology commercially viable for real world systems.

The company announced in September 2015 that it had surpassed 1.5 Volts (V), the practical voltage needed to effectively split water molecules to produce hydrogen in real world systems. Exceeding this milestone had been a long-term goal for the company, as its technology is predicated on the ability to reach voltage levels needed to make renewable hydrogen production commercially viable.

The collaboration between the two Universities led to the rapid development of the technology, as the Company surpassed both the theoretical minimum (1.23 V) then the recent 1.55 V breakthrough, within one year.

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