28 Dec '17, 10pm

Columbia engineers develop floating solar fuels rig for seawater electrolysis

"The simplicity of our PV-electrolyzer architecture-without a membrane or pumps-makes our design particularly attractive for its application to seawater electrolysis, thanks to its potential for low cost and higher durability compared to current devices that contain membranes," says Esposito, whose Solar Fuels Engineering Laboratory develops solar and electrochemical technologies that convert renewable and abundant solar energy into storable chemical fuels.

Full article: http://www.solardaily.com/reports/Columbia_engineers_deve...

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