Multilayer, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)-bonded gas diffusion-type electrodes were prepared by the rolling method. Changing the electrode structure and manufacturing method improved alkaline fuel cell performance. Activated carbon or carbon black was used as the support material, with platinum as a catalyst and nickel screen as the backing material. Double-layer electrodes possessed both active and diffusion layers on the backing layer. However, the single-layer electrodes had only the active layer on the backing layer. The electrodes were prepared by using different PTFE contents and platinum loadings.