Takeaways:

  • Scientists have found a way to generate green hydrogen by electrolyzing humidity in the air.
  • Scientists from the University of Melbourne developed a direct air electrolyzer (DAE) which has a high potential to extract moisture from the air spontaneously.
  • “The ability to use moisture from air makes this DAE module applicable in remote, arid and semi-arid environments where the accessibility to fresh water is a big problem”, said Gang Kevin Li, a senior lecturer at the University.

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