Green Hydrogen from alkaline catalytic electrolysis for clean energy

Solar water splitting to produce hydrogen

The Semiconductor splits water by solar photovoltaic alkaline electrolysis to produce green 270 liters of green hydrogen per panel per day.

The Solar water splitting system for bio-hydrogen or green hydrogen gas process consist of poly alkaline material mixed with water. The vessel is fitted with positive and negative electrodes dipped into the alkaline electrolyte solution. Batteries are connected with the photovoltaic cells and the discharge side with the inverter.

The electrical charge from solar PV in the highly efficient catalytic electrolyte solution generates green hydrogen in much higher volume than conventional electrolysis water splitting. This enriched catalyst forms a binary compound alkaline system integrated into solar water electrolyzes to deliver a current density of 10mA cm-2 and voltage of 1.9v for water splitting to produce Hydrogen.

Roy-crete particle semi-conductor electrolyte is a highly enriched poly-catalyst for solar water splitting. The catalyst for solar water splitting for hydrogen showed the best results for proton reduction and water reduction respectively.

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