Our research focus on various systems for energy storage and conversion, including batteries, fuel cells, and redox flow batteries.
Prof. Di Noto will be awarded the 2022 Energy Technology Division Research Award during the 241st ECS Meeting in Vancouver.
Gioele’s work in collaboration with Prof. S.G. Greenbaum on Mg/Al-catenated IL electrolytes is out now in Journal of Power Sources
Modern energy conversion and storage systems combined together
Our goal is to enhance modern energy conversion and storage systems, in order to improve the energy storage methods and to allow an efficient exploitation of renewable energy sources.DISCOVER MORE
Hydrogen fuel cells emit only water.
They produce electricity and heat as long as fuel is supplied.
Fuel cells can be used in a wide range of applications.
Fuel cells have lower or zero emissions compared to combustion engines.
Ph.D. Students and Graduate Fellows
Prof. Vito Di Noto received the “ETD Award” for the year 2022, bestowed by the Energy Technology Division of The Electrochemical Society.
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