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Ekolyser Project in Operation for 1000 Hours

Jülich, 11 January 2016 – In the Ekolyser project, researchers from Forschungszentrum Jülich are developing methods for the production of hydrogen by the electrolysis of water together with partners from science and industry. In a new test facility, they are testing more robust and inexpensive materials. The prototype has now completed its envisaged operating time of 1000 hours and the technology should be ready for widespread application by 2020. More: Ekolyser Project in Operation for 1000 Hours …

Weltrekord SOFC

World Record: Jülich Fuel Cell in Operation Longer Than 70,000 Hours

Jülich, 22 October 2015 - Jülich researchers have set a new world record: their stack of solid oxide fuel cells has now been in operation for more than eight years or 70,000 hours. This is the longest period of operation for a fuel cell with ceramic cells. Such solid oxide fuel cells are considered ideal for supplying households, small enterprises, and large vehicles, such as trucks, trains, and ships, with energy due to their high efficiency. Research State Secretary Thomas Rachel (Member of the Bundestag) congratulated the researchers at Jülich on setting the new record. More: World Record: Jülich Fuel Cell in Operation Longer Than 70,000 Hours …

Hydrogen Storage Indispensable for Energiewende

Jülich, 8 October 2015 – Simply expanding renewable energy is not enough. Wind and solar power fluctuates strongly. The energy system can therefore only be transformed if suitable storage technologies are implemented. Hydrogen is particularly suited for this. It has a high energy density, stores well, and can be converted back into electrical energy efficiently in fuel cells. At f-cell, scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich will present the latest solutions for energy storage using hydrogen, including novel electrolysers that can produce the energy carrier using excess renewable energy. More: Hydrogen Storage Indispensable for Energiewende …

Jülich Research for the City of the Future

Karlsruhe/Jülich, 23 April 2015 – A Helmholtz initiative on urban research has been launched in Karlsruhe. Seven Helmholtz institutions will contribute their scientific competence to the project. Their shared objective is to develop new technologies and holistic solutions for future-oriented urban development. Forschungszentrum Jülich will contribute its expertise in the areas of energy, climate, and soil research. More: Jülich Research for the City of the Future …

Hannover Messe: State Secretary Thomas Rachel Visits Jülich's Hydrogen Stand

Hannover/Jülich, 14 April 2015 – On the first day of this year's Hannover Messe on 13 April, Thomas Rachel, Member of the German Bundestag and Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of Education and Research, paid a visit to Jülich's hydrogen stand. Rachel took the opportunity to find out about the work undertaken by scientists at Forschungszentrum Jülich on fundamental components for the production and utilization of this versatile energy carrier. More: Hannover Messe: State Secretary Thomas Rachel Visits Jülich's Hydrogen Stand …

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