Scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology and three other European research centers are developing modern technologies for storing and processing energy derived from hydrogen, the fuel of the future.
Researchers are implementing the FunKeyCat (Functional Grading by Key doping in Catalytic electrodes for Proton Ceramic Cells) project. It will allow to develop ceramic materials for the construction of electrodes used in fuel cells, thanks to which electricity can be generated from hydrogen fuel.
The project is co-financed under the M-ERA.NET 2 call run by the National Science Center. The participants include Gdańsk University of Technology, the University of Oslo, the SINTEF institute from Norway and the Institute of Chemical Technology of the Spanish National Scientific Council.