NTNU Team Hydrogen
These are exciting times for Hydrogen. Over the last few years, the world has witnessed exponential activities in the Hydrogen Energy sector from the development of new materials to the deployment of new products and systems in the transport, stationary and energy sectors. It is now clear that Hydrogen will play an important role in our Energy System in the years to come.
As well as currently educating and training the next generation of technologists, scientists, engineers, innovators, leaders and entrepreneurs, Norway aims to be a major producer and exporter of Hydrogen to the rest of the world. In addition, it has significant natural gas and renewable energy resources. These factors put the country in a strong and unique position to be one of the world leaders in the whole “Hydrogen value chain”.
NTNU Team Hydrogen is a team of world experts on Hydrogen Energy. The team consists of researchers from different disciplines, departments and faculties across NTNU that works within the Hydrogen area. One of the main tasks of the team is to develop new research programs and projects both nationally and internationally with academia, research organisations and industry, and to coordinate Hydrogen activities within NTNU. We are also educating and training research leaders, innovating, providing solutions, and stimulating the industry.
- Bruno Pollet is the first author in a joint short review paper with Imperial College London on Current status of automotive fuel cells for sustainable transport
- Can we produce hydrogen using sound? Yes we can! - Sonochemical and sonoelectrochemical production of hydrogen
- Interesting paper in the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews journal by second author Shareq Mohd Nazir presenting a scenario of Hydrogen production with CO2 capture in the presence of variable renewables. Title of paper: Gas switching reforming for flexible power and hydrogen production to balance variable renewables
- Member of the NTNU Hydrogen Team, De Chen, co-authored on the article Optimising surface d charge of AuPd nanoalloy catalysts for enhanced catalytic activity in Nature Communications Journal
- Rapport om Hydrogen i fremtidens lavkarbonsamfunn (pdf). Kortversjon av rapporten (pdf).