Hub Researchers are spearheading a cutting-edge project to recover clean hydrogen from organic waste streams in remote communities. Visionaries in this field, Jason Scott, Rahman Daiyan, and Professor Rose Amal from the Particles and Catalysis Research Group (PartCat), have developed pioneering prototypes that utilize sunlight to transform waste organics into valuable hydrogen fuel. Leveraging state-of-the-art electrocatalytic and photocatalytic systems, their innovative work is driving a paradigm shift in the global energy landscape. Collaborating with industry giant Rio Tinto through the Trailblazer Universities Program, this initiative aims to unlock a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly source of renewable energy.
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