05 Jun '18, 10am

HyperSolar announces 294 hours of successful hydrogen production

The company announced that its current stability test of the device has surpassed 294 hours without any degradation. The design will serve as the foundation of the company’s first generation commercial renewable hydrogen generator. It achieved over 100 hours of stable operation under continuous simulated sunlight illumination, establishing what the company believes is a new international record for wireless self-contained solar hydrogen devices. The device produced oxygen and hydrogen until part of the solar cell began to degrade after 105 hours. “By utilising a new coating technique of the protective polymer layer that encapsulates the full device, we were able to surpass our April results and are much closer to our previously announced goals of 365 hours and 1000 hours of continuous stable operation” said Dr Joun Lee, HyperSolar’s Chief Technology Officer. “The recent re...

Full article: https://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/panorama/hypersol...

Tweets

HyperSolar announces 294 hours of successful hy...

renewableenergymagazine.com 05 Jun '18, 10am

The company announced that its current stability test of the device has surpassed 294 hours without any degradation. The d...

Volkswagen trains top experts for the productio...

electriccarsreport.com 05 Jun '18, 6am

The Volkswagen brand is moving ahead with preparations for its major electric offensive by launching a comprehensive e-mob...