RP1.10-06 Renewable hydrogen production by reverse electrodialysis
This PhD project will provide an analysis of the challenges and economic benefit of using reverse electrodialysis to capture the osmotic energy released when fresh water from rivers mixes with seawater. This energy can be captured as a mixture of renewable hydrogen and electricity.
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|Commencement / End Date||February 2021 to July 2024|
|Outcomes / Impact||
The outcome of this project will be a greater understanding of the potential for hydrogen production using a salinity gradient in Australia.
|Partners||University of Melbourne, Jemena, OSD Pipelines|