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.