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The AH2A project aims to develop electrolyser assemblies based on a MS with thin-film electrodes and BZY-electrolyte operating at 600°C for efficient use of heat and steam supplied by geothermal, solar, or waste energy from industrial plants. The target in AH2A is < 1 ohm.cm2 total resistance of the MS-PCEC cell at 600 °C.
The overall objective is to develop fundamental understanding of defined issues underpinning lifetime and performance of fuel cells, electrolysers and gas separation membranes.
The METALLICA project aims at developing new knowledge and cutting edge solutions to achieve sustainable integration of high temperature steam electrolysis technology in geothermal or solar plants by exploiting the international leading expertise of Norwegian's academia and research institutes in protonic ceramics.
The BioPCFC project aims to design and test novel proton conducting fuel cell fuelled with waste biogas.
The ELECTRA project aims to develop scalable fabrication of tubular HTE cells with proton conducting electrolytes
The NaProCs project aims to develop a new class of fuel cells and other devices for hydrogen, operating at temperatures attractive for transportation and mobile applications. This comes timely when fuel cell cars are making their way to commercialisation and hydrogen needs to be produced in a distributed manner from renewable sources.
HydraThermPro is founded in experimental and computational approaches combined in an integrated effort to understand and predict the thermodynamics of dissolution of proton at high temperature.