Power2Hype at the 74th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry
On September 5th, 2023, Power2Hype partner Sotirios Mavrikis from Wageningen Food and Biobased Research (WFBR) presented his research…
Based on air and water as only feedstocks, and driven only by renewable energy as the sole energy source, this new approach addresses an economically viable and green alternative to the classical energy-demanding anthraquinone oxidation (AO) process.
The EU-funded project Power2Hype develops a sustainable route for H2O2 production through a pioneering electrochemical process: cathodic oxygen reduction is paired with anodic water oxidation, enabling efficient H2O2 production in both half-cells. A downstream processing unit is developed and integrated with the electrolyser, yielding highly concentrated H2O2 solutions. In Power2Hype, the entire process chain is demonstrated at a technically relevant scale.Read About