The underlying technology is directly applicable to several important NASA applications. These include: - Recycling of hydrogen and helium used in rocket testing applications. - Recycling/compression of hydrogen used in space exploration applications - Generation of high pressure hydrogen for conducting mechanical work. - Creation of a large-scale electrochemical architecture for power and gas generation applications including electrolysis of water, fuel cells, and energy storage. The underlying technology directly benefits many commercial applications. These include: - Simple, high-pressure capable hydrogen compressors - Cryogenic hydrogen boil-off recovery - Efficient separation of hydrogen from helium at natural gas well sites - Separation and compression of hydrogen in various production processes, such as from steam methane reforming and stationary power fuel cells. - Creation of a large scale electrochemical cell architecture to support fuel cell, water electrolysis, regenerative fuel cell, and flow battery applications.