Electrochemistry involves the transformation of chemicals into electricity, fuels and other useful products. The interest in electrochemical technologies has increased significantly in recent years and for good reason – many electrochemical processes can achieve high efficiency and high energy density. GCEP researchers are developing several types of clean electrochemical conversion technologies for a broad range of uses, from automobile batteries to grid-scale energy storage to advanced fuel cell systems. For more information on specific programs, click below.
- Grid Storage
- Batteries for Advanced Transportation
- Advanced Fuel Cell Systems
- Atomic Force Microscopy Measurements of PEM Fuel Cells Processes
- Metal Oxide Nanotubes and Photo-Excitation Effects: New Approaches for Low-to-Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
- Micro- and Nano- Scale Electrochemistry Applied to Fuel Cells
- Monitoring Bioconversion Processes
- Nanoscale Architectural Engineering for High Performance Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells
- Grid Control
- Grid Storage
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