Benjamin Britton

Alkaline Membrane Electrolysis for Efficient, Earth-Abundant Energy Storage

Ben Britton is a Ph.D. candidate in the Holdcroft group at SFU (defence ~Feb. 2018); a synthetic chemist turned electrochemist, he worked on projects related to fully hydrocarbon systems for both proton and anion-exhange membrane fuel cells and electrolyzers, new cell constructions, and pilot project development in water treatment and energy storage systems. He employs this broad experience as co-founder and CEO of Ionomr (Apr. 2017), bringing to market advanced, high-performance, chemically stable, processible, fully hydrocarbon membranes and ionoer AEM and PEM systems as platform, enabling technologies for earth-abundant energy storage technologies.

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