The ACerS Energy Materials and Systems Division is sponsoring the webinar, Reversible Electrochemical Cells for Interconversion between Fuel and Electricity, presented by Dr. Sossina M. Haile, Walter P. Murphy Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University. Over the past decade, the availability of electricity from sustainable energy sources has risen dramatically while the cost has fallen steeply. These factors have driven a surge in activity in the development of energy storage technologies. While much of this effort has been directed towards photocatalytically generated solar fuels and grid-scale batteries, reversible hydrogen electrochemical cells offer untapped opportunities. In particular, electrochemical cells based on proton conducting ceramic oxides are attractive candidates for interconversion between hydrogen and electricity. Read more.
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