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Pathways to Electrochemical Solar-Hydrogen Technologies

Solar-powered electrochemical production of hydrogen through water electrolysis is an active and important research endeavor. However, technologies and roadmaps for implementation of this process do not exist. In this perspective paper, we describe potential pathways for solar-hydrogen technologies into the

Authors:   Shane Ardo; David Fernandez Rivas; Miguel A. Modestino; Verena Schulze Greiving; Fatwa Abdi; Esther Alarcon-Llado; Vincent Artero; Katherine E. Ayers; Corsin Battaglia; Jan-Philipp Becker; Dmytro Bederak; Alan Berger; Francesco Buda; Enrico Chinello; Bernard Dam; Valerio Di Palma; Tomas Edvinsson; Katsushi Fujii; Han J.G.E. Gardeniers; Hans Geerlings; Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini Hashemi; Sophia Haussener; Frances A. Houle; Jurriaan Huskens; Brian James; Kornelia Konrad; Akihiko Kudo; Pramod Patil Kunturu; Detlef Lohse; Bastian Mei; Eric Miller; Gary Moere; Jiri Muller; Katherine L Orchard; Timothy Rosser; Fadl Hussein Saadi; Jan-Willem Schüttauf; Brian Joseph Seger; Stafford W. Sheehan; Wilson A. Smith; Joshua Spurgeon; Maureen Tang; Roel van de Krol; Peter C K Vesborg; Pieter Westerik
Journal:   Energy & Environmental Science
DOI:   10.1039/C7EE03639F
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