HySA has been established consisting of three Centres of Competence – HySA Infrastructure, HySA Catalyst and HySA Systems. The HySA Infrastructure (Hydrogen Production, Storage and Delivery) Centre of Competence, HySA Infrastructure in short, co-hosted by the North-West University (NWU) and Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), and directed by Dr Dmitri Bessarabov.
ICE 2023 will be the fourth event in South Africa, 27 August – 01 Sep at Sun City
Scope for the ICE series: We continue the success of the first three events: International Conference on Electrolysis, (ICE), ICE 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark, ICE 2019 in Loen, Norway, and ICE conference at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado, USA, 2022. The...read more
1ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS on ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF MATERIALS. 18 – 22 September 2022. University of Pretoria
1ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS on ADVANCED COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF MATERIALS (CAMOM) from 18 – 22 September 2022 at University of Pretoria, South Africa (and online) with FREE Registration BACKGROUND Developing the theoretical basis required to gain insights into...read more
HySA Infrastructure continues making progress in hydrogen safety technology
HySA Infrastructure team at NWU recently reported on progress made in PAR safety technology. PAR stands for Passive Autocatalytic Recombiner (PAR). HySA Infrastructure at NWU leads development of safety technology for hydrogen applications in South Africa. It includes...read more