Small Catalyst Finding Could Lead to Big Breakthrough for Fuel Cell Deployment

    May 2, 2014

    The Energy Department recently posted a blog about how researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory have created a fuel cell catalyst that uses roughly 85% less platinum and has more than 30 times the catalytic activity, making it cheaper and more efficient than conventional catalysts.

    Read Small Catalyst Finding Could Lead to Big Breakthrough for Fuel Cell Deployment for more information.