Researchers from Beijing University of Chemical Technology and researchers around Angela Buranova from Samara State University from Russia have started a joint project on new, inexpensive materials for fuel cells The Chinese researchers will be responsible for theoretical calculations and new anion exchange membranes. The Russian researchers will focus on developing high-performance non-platinum catalysts and test their performance. The duration of the research project is three years, and the Russian Basic Research Fund will provide 5 million rubles (about 500,000 €) of research funds every year within the framework of BRICS.
Japan JST China news, Sept. 9, 2020
Chinese and Russian team jointly develop new materials for hydrogen fuel cells