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JÜLICH - Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

Forschungszentrum Jülich (Jülich) is one of Europe’s largest interdisciplinary research centres. Energy research at Jülich focuses on the most important aspects of the transformation of our future energy system. Based on fundamental research on materials and processes, components and technical systems are developed along the R&D value chain until innovations are ready to be handed over to industry. Jülich’s research is focused on applications such as: electronic and electrochemical materials and systems for use in amongst others batteries, fuel cells, electrolysis and gas separation membranes. Process engineering plays a key role in developing systems solutions for e.g. fuel cells and hydrogen technologies. Jülich’s energy research follows an integrative and interdisciplinary approach accompanied by a consistent energy systems analysis.



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| DE, Institute of Energy and Climate Research - Fundamental Electrochemistry (IEK-9) 52425 Jülich


Activities in value chain

Projects involved in

Project name SubProject Title Country Budget

Sub project 1

Anode Sub-System Development & Optimisation for SOFC systems

Finland 4.651.850 €

Sub project 1

Demonstration of 1st European SOFC Truck APU

Austria 10.441.619 €

Sub project 1

Improvements to Integrate High Pressure Alkaline Electrolysers for Electricity/H2 production from Renewable Energies to Balance the Grid.

Spain 3.701.178 €

Sub project 1

Evaluating the Performance of Fuel Cells in European Energy Supply Grids

United Kingdom 805.931 €

Sub project 1

Fuel Cell Based Power Generation

Slovenia 9.309.998 €

Sub project 1

Development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain

Finland 3.998.081 €

Sub project 1

MEMbrane based Purification of HYdrogen System

Germany 2.088.195 €

Sub project 1

Working towards Mass Manufactured, Low Cost and Robust SOFC stacks

United Kingdom 4.727.248 €

Sub project 1

Technology demonstration of large-scale photo-electrochemical system for solar hydrogen production

Germany 2.499.993 €

Sub project 1

Production and Reliability Oriented SOFC Cell and Stack Design

Austria 7.331.215 €

Sub project 1

Sulphur, Carbon, and re-Oxidation Tolerant Anodes and Anode Supports for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Denmark 4.340.487 €

Sub project 1

Development of new electrode materials and understanding of degradation mechanisms on Solid Oxide High Temperature Electrolysis Cells.

Greece 2.939.655 €

Sub project 1

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – Integrating Degradation Effects into Lifetime Prediction Models

Germany 5.649.854 €

Sub project 1

Building Training Programmes for Young Professionals in the Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Field

United Kingdom 381.371 €

Low Cost Interconnects with highly improved Contact Strength for SOC Applications

Our events 2.335.997 €

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