BMI graduate Dr. Gideon Segev won the prestigious R&D 100 Award
Sep 23, 2022
BMI graduate Dr. Gideon Segev, among six other researchers, won the prestigious R&D 100 award for developing a Solar Fuel Generator Including a Catalytic Mesh
Hydrogen produced from green resources is a clean, renewable alternative to the hydrogen produced from fossil fuels today. With the invention, unlimited quantities of green hydrogen can be produced using only sunlight and water, while only oxygen is produced as a byproduct. Its modular, standalone design promises to bring the benefits of clean hydrogen everywhere, even in areas without an electrical grid or large-scale manufacturing infrastructure, as required by current electrolyzer technologies.
The other members of Dr. Segev’s team were: Jeff Beeman (Berkeley Lab, retired), Frances Houle (Berkeley Lab), David Larson (Twelve), Ian Sharp (Technical University of Munich), and Karl Walczak (Sandia National Laboratories).
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