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Recent Advancements of Polymeric Membranes in Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolyzer (AEMWE): A Critical Review


The formation of green hydrogen from water electrolysis is one of the supreme methodologies for understanding the well-organized consumption of sporadic renewable energies and the carbon-free future. Among the different electrolysis techniques, the evolving anion exchange membrane water electrolysis (AEMWE) shows the utmost promise for manufacturing green hydrogen in an inexpensive way. In the present review, we establish the most current and noteworthy achievements of AEMWE, which include the advancements in increasing the ionic conductivity and understanding the mechanism of degradation of AEM and the most important topics regarding the designing of the electrocatalyst. The crucial issues that affect the AEMWE behavior are highlighted, and future constraints and openings are also discussed. Furthermore, this review article provides the appreciated strategies for producing extremely dynamic and robust electrocatalysts and evolving the construction of AEMWE equipment.

Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Canada

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