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How it works
PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolysis is a process of producing hydrogen by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using an electrical current. The process involves the use of a PEM electrolyzer, which consists of two electrodes separated by a proton exchange membrane. When a direct current is applied to the electrodes, water molecules are split into hydrogen ions and oxygen. The hydrogen ions migrate through the PEM to the cathode, where they combine with electrons to form hydrogen gas. The oxygen ions migrate to the anode, where they combine with electrons to form oxygen gas.
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PEM electrolysis has several advantages over other methods of hydrogen production. It is a clean and efficient process that can be powered by renewable sources of electricity, such as wind and solar power. It is also a highly scalable technology that can be used in a variety of applications, from small-scale hydrogen production for fuel cell vehicles to large-scale hydrogen production for industrial processes.
In addition, PEM electrolysis has the potential to help balance the grid by converting excess renewable energy into hydrogen, which can be stored and used later to generate electricity or for other applications. As the demand for clean energy continues to grow, PEM electrolysis is expected to play an increasingly important role in the transition to a sustainable energy system.
PEM electrolysis works by passing an electrical current through a stack of PEMs, which are thin polymer membranes coated with a catalyst. The current causes water to split into hydrogen and oxygen, with the hydrogen being collected at one electrode and the oxygen at the other. The high efficiency of PEM electrolysis means that it can produce hydrogen at a lower cost than other methods, such as steam methane reforming.
PEM electrolysis is a rapidly developing technology, with advances being made in the materials used for the PEMs and the catalysts. It is expected that the cost of PEM electrolysis will continue to decrease as the technology is scaled up and manufacturing processes become more efficient. With the growing demand for clean energy, PEM electrolysis has the potential to play a significant role in the transition towards a sustainable future.
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