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Electrochemical pioneer Gerri Botte introduced the world to “pee-to-power” technology, which converts ammonia into hydrogen and clean water. She founded E3 Clean Technologies with business partner and CEO Kent V. Shields to bring the innovative technology to market.
Ohio University (through CEER) and Washington University in St. Louis lead an industry research consortium, CEProTECH, funded by the National Science Foundation and industrial partners.
Students from the Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research are founding and active members of the student chapter of the Electrochemical Society at Ohio University, with Director Gerardine Botte as the chapter advisor.
Director Gerardine Botte serves as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Applied Electrochemistry.