High-temperature proton and mixed conductors for use in fuel cells and H2

High-temperature proton and mixed conductors for use in fuel cells and H2

 
Solution type: in Development phase

Development of proton-conducting and mixed proton-electron conducting materials

Funded project: DSCR

The project develops proton-conducting and mixed proton-electron conducting materials stable in atmospheres containing CO2. The materials will be used in future energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly technologies based on hydrogen, primarily fuel cell, electrolysis and gas-separation technologies. The materials can also be used for CO2 capture.

Project manager:
Fuel Cells and Solid State Chemistry Department at Risø-DTU

Participants:
Universit of Oslo
SINTEF-Norway
Chalmers
Jülich Research Centre
Germany

Budget:
DSCR: DKK 1,500,000
Total budget: DKK 8,600,000

Completion:
2010

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