Nine research groups from four countries have been collaborating for 4.5 years under Annex-14 with the aim to advance the science underlying photoelectrolytic hydrogen production from water-splitting. Significant research progress has been made in the areas of material science (semiconductor photoelectrodes, light absorption, photocatalyst stability and charge transfer) and systems development (monolithic multijunction systems, two-photon tandem systems, dual-bed redox systems and monomaterial two-step systems), resulting in the synthesis as well as development of new photoactive materials and the demonstration of various photoelectrochemical (PEC) water-splitting prototype devices, limited to typical laboratory-size miniature scales.
Photoelectrolytic Production of Hydrogen: Annex-14 of the IEA Hydrogen R&D Program
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Luzzi, A. "Photoelectrolytic Production of Hydrogen: Annex-14 of the IEA Hydrogen R&D Program." Proceedings of the ASME 2005 International Solar Energy Conference. Solar Energy. Orlando, Florida, USA. August 6–12, 2005. pp. 667-669. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/ISEC2005-76103
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