NTNU researchers use reverse electrodialysis and waste heat for hydrogen production: Heat to H2
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NOVEMBER 18, 2019
A new approach developed by researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) could alleviate that situation a bit by using waste heat from other industrial processes. Energy experts say that the waste heat from Norway’s businesses and industries is the equivalent of 20 TWh of energy. This work presents an integrated hydrogen production system using reverse electrodialysis (RED) and waste heat, termed Heat to H 2. That’s where the waste heat comes in.