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Hydrogen production by innovative solid oxide cell for flexible operation at intermediate temperature.

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WHAT IS Hy-SPIRE

From renewables to the production of hydrogen

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The Hy-SPIRE project will aim at increasing the performance of the stack through the development and application of new materials, advanced manufacturing techniques and optimized cell and stack designs. Furthermore, the project aims at further boosting the potential of SOEL by lowering the operating temperature below 700°C, and increasing its flexibility in order to fit with RES generation profiles.

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Project consortium ​

The Hy-SPIRE project involves a consortium of key players in the European SOC research scene, encompassing the entire value chain from basic research to industrial implementation. The consortium is made up of 7 partners from six European countries.

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OBJECTIVES & IMPACT

Objective of Hy-SPIRE

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The overall objective of Hy-SPIRE is advancing of solid oxide electrolyzers (SOEL) by introducing innovative low cost and compact cell and stack concepts that can be operated at temperature not higher than 700°C. This will have scientific, economic and social impacts.

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SCIENTIFIC

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ECONOMIC

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INDUSTRIAL

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CONTACT US

Jakub Kupecki

Project Coordinator for Hydrogen Technologies

Center for Hydrogen Technologies

Institute of Power Engineering – National Research Institute

Clean Hydrogen Partnership
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This work is part of the research activities of the project Hy-SPIRE. The project is supported by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research, under grant agreement No 101137866.

Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.