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Green Industrial Hydrogen via Reversible High-Temperature Electrolysis

Deliverables

Launch of public website

The website will be used as a basic media tool for external communication.

Annual data reporting 1

For technology monitoring and policy analysis purposes, the data generated by the FCH2 JU projects are collected in an internal database.

Annual data reporting 2

For technology monitoring and policy analysis purposes, the data generated by the FCH2 JU projects are collected in an internal database.

Annual data reporting 3

For technology monitoring and policy analysis purposes, the data generated by the FCH2 JU projects are collected in an internal database.

Report on the CO2 emission mitigation potential

Short study of CO2 emission mitigation potential in comparison to SoA hydrogen production.

Report on results of cell and stack tests

The report will contain a comparison of of performance and durability of SoA components (cells and stacks) with op-timised ones which are developed within the WP3. Long-term testing will include the measurement of voltage-current data, degradation rates, and cell/stack impedance, if available. Impedance spectroscopy allows the identification of the causes of degradation. This can orient the cell and stack developers for component improvements, in order to achieve 1 %/1000 h stack-voltage degradation. In addition, the influence of thermal management on stack degradation will be analysed by the tests results in a furnace done by EIFER and in a thermally self-sustaining environment done by SF.

Summary of dissemination of project results

A summary of dissemination activities will be part of the final report.

Final report on 7,000 h operational results

After 7.000 h operation the data collected by the SOC system and “ELEISA” will be analysed. The main topics will be system performance including power input/output and efficiencies as well as the hydrogen quality and the suitability of the predefined profiles. Also system degradation and its capability to operate at part load or over load conditions will be evaluated.

Investigation of natural gas and industrial process gas processing

Report on results of reforming experiments and dimensioning of the reformer.

Plan for dissemination activities

Based on the proposed dissemination plan in the Grant Agreement Annex I – Part B, an updated version will be published.

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Publications

Electrolyte-Supported Fuel Cell: Co-Sintering Effects of Layer Deposition on Biaxial Strength

Author(s): Alessia Masini, Thomas Strohbach, Filip Šiška, Zdeněk Chlup, Ivo Dlouhý
Published in: Materials, Issue 12/2, 2019, Page(s) 306, ISSN 1996-1944
DOI: 10.3390/ma12020306

Design and characterization of novel glass-ceramic sealants for solid oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) applications

Author(s): Hassan Javed, Antonio Gianfranco Sabato, Kai Herbrig, Domenico Ferrero, Christian Walter, Milena Salvo, Federico Smeacetto
Published in: International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, Issue 15/4, 2018, Page(s) 999-1010, ISSN 1546-542X
DOI: 10.1111/ijac.12889

Elastic properties of multi-layered ceramic systems for SOCs

Author(s): Alessia Masini, Filip Šiška, Oldřich Ševeček, Zdeněk Chlup, Ivo Dlouhý
Published in: International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, Issue 15/2, 2018, Page(s) 370-379, ISSN 1546-542X
DOI: 10.1111/ijac.12801

Shear Performance at Room and High Temperatures of Glass–Ceramic Sealants for Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cell Technology

Author(s): Hassan Javed, Antonio Sabato, Ivo Dlouhy, Martina Halasova, Enrico Bernardo, Milena Salvo, Kai Herbrig, Christian Walter, Federico Smeacetto
Published in: Materials, Issue 12/2, 2019, Page(s) 298, ISSN 1996-1944
DOI: 10.3390/ma12020298

Performance Characterization of Glass-Ceramic Sealants in Dual Atmosphere Environment for Reversible Solid Oxide Cell (R-SOC) Applications

Author(s): Domenico Ferrero, Antonio Gianfranco Sabato, Hassan Javed, Andrea Lanzini, Kai Herbrig, Christian Walter, Massimo Santarelli, Federico Smeacetto
Published in: ECS Meeting Abstracts, Issue Volume MA2017-03, 2017, 2017, ISSN 2151-2043