ANEMEL and ELOBIO team up to design nickel electrodes

ANEMEL and ELOBIO, both members of the European Innovation Council project portfolio, have secured supplementary funding from the Irish Research Council to develop more efficient electrodes based on abundant materials like nickel.

The European Commission’s Innovation Radar selects ANEMEL’s technology

EU identifies non-PGM electrodes for alkaline water electrolysis as an innovation that responds to current market trends and needs, highlighting ANEMEL partners the University of Galway, Ireland, and Industrie de Nora, Italy, as “Key Innovators”.

Register for the first ANEMEL webinar next week!

We’re launching our ANEMEL Webinar series to discuss green hydrogen production, seawater electrolysis, and sustainability. Save the date: our first session will take place on 21st February at 11.00am CET with a presentation by Pau Farràs, our project coordinator.

Who’s who in the ANEMEL team

ANEMEL brings together a team of experts with a broad range of backgrounds. Altogether, our consortium will leverage its expertise to develop an electrolyser powered by green energy sources and based on non-critical raw materials.

The Jožef Stefan Institute joins the ANEMEL team

The European Commission “hop-on” facility promotes partnerships between ongoing projects and research institutions from Widening Countries. This programme enabled a new partnership with the Jožef Stefan Institute in Slovenia, which joined the ANEMEL consortium to expand the expertise in the design of catalysts with abundant elements.

Electrolysers explained

Get a great overview of the different types of electrolysers – the devices used to split water into hydrogen and oxygen. Some are closer to market than others; ANEMEL in particular is exploring anion exchange technologies to reduce the reliance on scarce materials and make green hydrogen cheaper.