Dr Pickering has extensive experience regarding the characterisation of processing microstructure property relationships in alloys, which will almost certainly be of relevance to optimizing the design and manufacture of the electrolysis technology. Dr Pickering has good links with Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, who are likely to be a key beneficiary and user of the HydrogenIsotope separation technology that Aqsorption wish to develop.
Nigel worked for 5 years as Chief Engineer at ITM Power Plc in Sheffield, helping the company become the largest electrolyser development company in Europe. On leaving ITM he formed Clean Power Hydrogen and developed the robust flow by electrolysis process which has advantages and can compete with ITM's technology. CPH2 has now grown in to a multi-million pound business, Nigel will test and evaluate the completed Aqsorp electrolyser.
Paul worked on the project of sieving hydrogen isotopes through two-dimensional crystals in 2015 and he will bring that knowledge to this project. Paul will design the graphene coating and doping that will be applied to the Aqsorp Diffuser using the National Graphene Institute's equipment.
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