ElectroCatalysis (ElectroCat) Consortium Workshop
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An ElectroCatalysis (ElectroCat) Consortium Workshop was held at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois, on July 26, 2016. ElectroCat, established by the Fuel Cell Technologies Office as part of the U.S. Department of Energy Office’s Energy Materials Network, is an initiative to accelerate the development of catalysts made without platinum group metals (PGM-free) for use in automotive fuel cell applications. The purpose of the workshop was to introduce stakeholders to ElectroCat and its capabilities, as well as to solicit feedback on potential ways to effectively utilize the existing capabilities, what new capabilities should be developed, and how to efficiently communicate and share data with the fuel cell community and stakeholders.