• Comparing the Nature of Active Sites in Cu-loaded SAPO-34 and SSZ-13 for the Direct Conversion of Methane to Methanol 

      Kvande, Karoline; Pappas, Dimitrios; Dyballa, Michael Martin; Buono, Carlo; Signorile, Matteo; Borfecchia, Elisa; Lomachenko, Kirill A.; Arstad, Bjørnar; Bordiga, Silvia; Berlier, Gloria; Olsbye, Unni; Beato, Pablo; Svelle, Stian (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      On our route towards a more sustainable future, the use of stranded and underutilized naturalgastoproducechemicalswouldbeagreataidinmitigatingclimatechange,duetothereduced CO2 emissions in comparison to using petroleum. ...
    • Earth-Abundant Electrocatalysts in Proton Exchange Membrane Electrolyzers 

      Sun, Xinwei; Xu, Kaiqi; Fleischer, Christian; Liu, Xin; Grandcolas, Mathieu; Strandbakke, Ragnar; Bjørheim, Tor Svendsen; Norby, Truls Eivind; Chatzitakis, Athanasios Eleftherios (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      In order to adopt water electrolyzers as a main hydrogen production system, it is critical to develop inexpensive and earth-abundant catalysts. Currently, both half-reactions in water splitting depend heavily on noble metal ...
    • Highly Active Nickel-Based Catalyst for Hydrogen Evolution in Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysis 

      Faid, Alaa; Barnett, Alejandro; Seland, Frode; Sunde, Svein (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Anion exchange membrane (AEM) electrolysis is hampered by two main issues: stability and performance. Focusing on the latter, this work demonstrates a highly active NiMo cathode for hydrogen evolution in AEM electrolysis. ...
    • The performance of nickel and nickel-iron catalysts evaluated as anodes in anion exchange membrane water electrolysis 

      Cossar, Emily; Barnett, Alejandro Oyarce; Seland, Frode; Baranova, Elena (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Anion exchange membrane water electrolysis (AEMWE) is an efficient, cost-effective solution to renewable energy storage. The process includes oxygen and hydrogen evolution reactions (OER and HER); the OER is kinetically ...