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SunHydrogen renews and expands sponsored research agreement with U of Iowa

SunHydrogen, Inc., the developer of a technology to produce renewable hydrogen using sunlight and water, has renewed and expanded its sponsored research agreement with the University of Iowa funding for the next 12 months. The renewal will provide for a considerable increase in funding and staffing in order to accelerate the development of its nanotechnology-based hydrogen production technology.

The expanded R&D team will focus on the development efforts needed to expedite the commercialization of the nanoparticle technology approach to renewable hydrogen.

The agreement with the University of Iowa currently covers the extensive development work to complete and commercialize the company’s nanoparticle hydrogen production panels. The work will continue to be led by Professor Dr. Syed Mubeen, (University of Iowa) and Dr. Joun Lee, (SunHydrogen).


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