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Niedertemperatur Elektrolyse

Low-temperature electrolysis (VEL & EEL)

Low-temperature electrolysis (e.g. alkaline or PEM water electrolysis) enables high-performance and compact hydrogen production that can be combined with energy storage and transport systems. This method represents a key technology that will contribute to the realization of an environmentally friendly, reliable, and affordable energy supply for the future.

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BGS

Fuel synthesis and systems engineering (KST)

The core competencies the department are both hydrogen generation and synthesis gas purification for the provision of fuel gas for fuel cell systems, as well as system design and the testing of complete fuel cell systems.

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SOFC-System

Solid oxide converters (FOW)

The SOC department’s expertise lies in the development, characterization and optimization of high temperature electrolysis and fuel cell stacks and systems.

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 PEFC stack of the kW class with metallic bipolar plates

Functional Layers (FSS)

The department’s scientific core competences are in line with the requirements of electrochemical converters with polymer electrolyte membranes (PEMs). They are centred on the fields of modeling and simulation, physico-chemical analytics, electrochemistry, physics, and manufacturing technology.

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BZL

Physico-chemical laboratory (PCL)

The department investigates fundamental physico-chemical and electrochemical issues in the field of polymer fuel cells, proton-conducting, non-aqueous electrolytes, electrode and electrolyte materials for Li battery applications and ceramic solid oxide cells.

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