Elogen and University of Paris-Sclay form new PEM electrolysis research program


French researchers and a company specializing in PEM (proton exchange membrane) electrolysis signed an agreement to collaborate on research and development of PEM electrolysis.

With this promising technology, they will collaborate to produce low-carbon hydrogen on a large scale.

Elogen and the University of Paris-Sclay are taking a new step in their nearly twenty-year partnership. At the signing of a new agreement, a new PEM electrolysis research program will be formed, bringing together all of the available resources and technical expertise.

By working on research projects, Paris-Saclay students will be a part of this collaboration. There will be numerous benefits for the parties involved in research and development, particularly in the Orsay Institute of Molecular Chemistry and Materials’ experimental platform.

Cooperative PhD research programs funded by the National Association of Research and Technology, in particular CIFRE theses, will also be part of this cooperation. Finally, the two organizations plan to set up a joint laboratory to develop this promising technology for the production of green hydrogen.

Anela Dokso

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