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Green Hydrogen Production via Water Electrolysis by Using Thinkre™ Membrane


Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyser (ELS) is considered as pollution-free technology.
Hydrogen generation from water electrolysis, which is the splitting of water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen using electricity, can be beneficial when used in combination with variable Renewable Energy (RE) technologies such as solar and wind etc. 
When the electricity used for water electrolysis is produced by a variable RE source, the hydrogen stores the unused energy for a later use and can be considered as a renewable fuel and energy resource for the transport and energy sectors.

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Motor Vehicle Powered by Proton Exchange Membrane


Proton-exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) are recognized as a promising technology for clean and efficient power generation in the 21th century.
Proton exchange membranes (PEMs) are the key components in fuel cell system and are at the heart of a new generation of fuel cells offering a clean energy source to power vehicles ranging from automobiles, public buses, boats, planes, forklifts,and spacecraft.

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