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Advent Technologies’ mission is to become the leading provider of high-temperature proton exchange membranes (“HT-PEM”) and HT-PEM based membrane electrode assemblies (“MEA”), which are critical components used in fuel cells, and other electrochemistry applications such as electrolyzers, flow batteries, and IoT sensors.
(link to) ADVENT presentation - NEXT GENERATION FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY
Fuel cells utilize fuels with extremely high energy density relative to lithium-ion batteries and other battery technology (according to ARPA-E, hydrogen contains 33,304 Wh/kg while lithium-ion batteries carry only about 240Wh/kg). This makes fuel cells an ideal technology for transportation and off-grid energy generation applications where battery technology faces limitations with lifespan, weight and recharge time.
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