In collaboration between the Faculty of Chemistry (Dr. Łukasz Gaweł), Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics (Prof. Jacek Ryl) and Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics (PI - Sebastian Molin), we have submitted a proposal for development of a prototype anion exchange membrane electrolyser stack.
The project is a part of three connected projects within the H2Tech LAB initiative that aim at developing novel Gdańsk Tech hydrogen related activities and testing infrastructure.
You can read a press realease (EN version) from the Gdańsk Tech website:
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