At TFP Hydrogen Products we are proud to announce our involvement in the Ocean Renewable Energy Fuel (Ocean-REFuel) programme, has an electrolyser system manufacturer.
The innovative £10M research project will investigate the potential of harnessing offshore wind and marine renewable energy to produce zero carbon hydrogen and ammonia fuels. The news comes as the UK prepares to host COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference, in Glasgow and the consortium includes world-leading research teams from the Universities of Newcastle, Strathclyde, Nottingham, Cardiff and Imperial College London.
The project is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, industry, and the partner universities, who have also pledged nine linked PhD studentships. TFP Hydrogen Products is one of the companies working with the Newcastle University consortium to bring specialist knowledge in developing and manufacturing a range of solutions for applications such as water electrolysers.
TFP Hydrogen Products is built on a passion for sustainability, and it is our mission to create materials that make a difference to our environment, specialising in the development of materials for the hydrogen economy.
We offer a range of cost-effective coatings for PEM water electrolyser components which increase the efficiency, durability and lifetime of the system, ultimately reducing the long-term cost of green hydrogen production. Our coatings are specially formulated to improve the performance and long -term durability of titanium components including foils, porous media, plates & meshes.
Find out more about the project on Newcastle University’s website: Ocean REFuel - Press Office - Newcastle University (ncl.ac.uk)
To find out more about our electrode coatings and capability contact us at enquiries@TFPhydrogen.com – we would welcome the opportunity to discuss it with you.