Pajarito is supporting Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in a program titled “High-Performance Ultralow-Cost Non-Precious Metal Catalyst System for AEM Electrolyzer” led by Dr. Hoon Chung.

The project aims to develop low cost Hydrogen electrolysis based on Anion Exchange Membrane technology and is part of the DOE EMN HydroGEN program established to promote ground breaking research and development of materials that enable clean, safe, and domestic energy production. Pajarito Powder’s involvement in the program reflects the company’s investment in electrolysis hydrogen generation technology development as an area of growth, with corresponding recognition of the company’s technical ability to contribute to the state-of-the-art.

Pajarito Powder, LLC is a venture-backed startup, funded by the Verge Fund and other investors, focused on developing next-generation fuel cell catalysts and catalyst supports for the automotive and electrolyzer industries. Working with both automotive OEMs and major electrolyzer manufacturers, Pajarito Powder is well poised to lead in advanced catalyst and catalyst support development in rapidly developing clean/green hydrogen industries.