Research Alliance for More Efficient Air Filters
Jülich/Duisburg, 23 March 2015 – Fuel cells react sensitively to pollutants in the air. What type of filter everyday cars powered by fuel cells will therefore require in future and how fuel cells will maintain their efficiency despite contamination from air pollution are questions that will be addressed in ALASKA. ALASKA is the name of a collaborative research project that also involves Jülich. Measurements by Jülich’s Institute of Energy and Climate Research will provide the data required to refine filters and fuel cells.