WP1 consists of six tasks: 

  1. Materials for H2 purification and catalysis
  2. Green hydrogen via photocatalysis
  3. Green ammonia via direct electrocatalysis
  4.  Green hydrogen from innovative PEM electrolysis
  5. Turquoise hydrogen from methane cracking
  6. Feasibility study: offshore wind-based production of green hydrogen and ammonia

Vidar Remi Jensen: WP Lead

Jensen is a professor at the Department of Chemistry at the University of Bergen.

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Dhayalan Velauthapillai: WP Co-Lead

Professor Dhayalan Velauthapillai, heads the research group on Advanced Nano materials for Clean Energy and Health Applications (ANCEHA) at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (HVL). Dhayalan Velauthapillai is a professor in Physics and Technology and has versatile research activities in the field of physics and nanotechnology. The ANCEHA research group led by him focuses on mathematical modelling, computer simulation, synthesis, characterization of advanced nano materials with particular emphasis on third and fourth generation solar cells, Hydrogen production and energy storage.

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