DTU Mekaniks Projekt leder: Per Møller
Samarbejdspartnere: Hydrogen Innovation and Research Centre, GreenHydrogen, Risø DTU, Force Technology
Støttet af EUDP
Energy technology research development and demonstration of 2nd generation alkaline electrolysis by: Improved electrode efficiency. Higher operation temperature. Higher operation pressure. Improved stack architecture. Modular design for easy up scaling.
The research will be on higher operation temperature, improved electrodes by electrochemical plating, powder technology and ceramic materials.
Industrial development will be on higher pressure, improved stack architecture and modular design for easy up scaling (20 to 200kW). The target is an efficiency of 88% and a price reduction of more than 50 % on the electrolyser stack.
Demonstration will take place by substituting a 1st generation stack installed at H2College by the 2nd generation stack developed in this project. H2College has 66 passive houses at the campus of Århus University in Herning, powered by hydrogen made from water and wind power.
The outcome of the project will be improved technologies for alkaline electrolysers which will be used for applications for patents and utilized commercially by GreenHydrogen.dk as well as a demonstration of the 2nd generation technology performance.