Towards solid oxide electrolysis plants in 2020

Project Details


The goal of the proposed project is to further improve performance and durability of SOEC cells and stacks targeting applications specifically for regulating the future Danish power system with a high amount of fluctuating renewable energies, and at the same time enhance the cost competitiveness and environmental friendliness of the SOEC technology, with an ultimate goal of making the SOEC technology ready as a key player in the transition to re-newable energy available from around 2020.
The consortium behind this proposal includes three research institutions: DTU Energy Con-version, the Department of Electrical Engineering at DTU (DTU Elektro) and the Department of Development and Planning at Aalborg University (AAU), and one industry: HTAS.
Short titleSOEC 3
Effective start/end date01/08/201531/07/2017


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