NTFL Awarded Seed Funding for two Proposals

Duke University's Energy Initiative has selected two NTFL proposals for funding under their Energy research Seed Fund (ERSF). The proposals entitled "Investigating the stability of promising earth abundant-based photoelectrochemical energy materials" and "Increasing the Efficiency and Power Density of Redox Flow Batteries with Metal Nanowire Flow-Through Electrodes" will take advantage of the electrochemistry expertise in the NTFL group. The second proposal is a joint project with Prof. Ben Wiley in Duke's Chemistry Department. The ERSF supports preliminary, multidisciplinary, collaborative research projects that will make long-term, significant and original contributions to addressing major energy challenges. Click here for additional information.