Advances in electrochemical engineering, in conjunction with increasing energy consumption and worldwide environmental concerns, are creating new prospects for the use of renewable energy sources. However, renewable energy conversion systems rely heavily on critical raw materials. There is a growing need to develop materials systems in forms that could be readily used in renewable energy technologies. Electrochemical engineering provides a tool for the development of engineered materials that could be used, for example, as catalysts in renewable energy conversion systems. In this article, the role of electrodeposition to develop new materials and their contribution in renewable energy conversion systems along with its progress, limitations, and perspectives is presented.

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