RECYCALYSE at the 72nd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry
On September 1st, Johanna Schröder from the University of Bern attended the 72nd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry where she presented the RECYCALYSE in the framework of the gas diffusion electrode setup as straightforward testing device for proton exchange membrane water electrolyzer catalysts.
The session was revolving around new sustainable energy uses through hydrogen production from renewable resources and its reconversion into electricity. The ISE Annual Meetings are yearly distinguished international scientific-technological congresses with the aim to emphasize new developments in electrochemical science and technology in areas such as new materials, microfabrication, sensor technology, electronics, energy storage, and conversion, and environmental technologies.
Would you like to see the session? Have a look at Johanna’s presentation on our Youtube Channel:
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