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Electrochemistry and Electric Grid

Renewables pie chartElectrochemistry involves the transformation of chemicals into electricity, fuels and other useful products. The interest in electrochemical technologies has increased significantly in recent years and for good reason – many electrochemical processes can achieve high efficiency and high energy density. GCEP researchers are developing several types of clean electrochemical conversion technologies for a broad range of uses, from7 automobile batteries to grid-scale energy storage to advanced fuel cell systems. For more information on specific programs, click below.


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