New coating technology could drive down cost of zero-emission green hydrogen


Advanced materials technology company Oxford nanoSystems (OnS) has developed a new coating technology which could ‘significantly’ reduce the cost of electrolysers used in the green hydrogen process.

According to the company, its nanoFLUX coating improves hydrogen production capacity of alkaline electrolysers by over 50%.

By radically reducing production costs, the company aims to address the key challenges of making green hydrogen competitive against fossil fuels, in addition to accelerate the green energy transition.

Efficiency is improved by applying the metallic-alloy coating to the electrodes, promoting the formation and release of gas bubbles within the electrolyser.

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