HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
The PEM water electrolysis technology is considered as an important bridge to a sustainable hydrogen economy, especially when coupled with renewable energy sources. The establishment of this technology is however, limited by the high costs of components and balance of plant. We propose a design concept adapted to operating pressures of up to 30 bars and incorporating cost effective, as well as mechanically and chemically stable stack components. With this advanced design, hydrogen can be efficiently produced from renewable energy sources, while meeting a cost target of 2500 €/Nm³h with a production volume of 100 stacks. Fraunhofer ISE is open for discussion on any kind of activities involving PEM water electrolysis, from components development and characterization to stack and system design.
Contact Person: Dr. Tom Smolinka
Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries
Low-temperature PEM fuel cell system with a net power of 1.5 kWel for an energy self-sufficient telecommunication system
Water splitting inPEM electrolyser is an efficient way to produce hydrogen. If electricity is generated from renewable energies green and CO2 free hydrogen can be ...
Wireless planar speaker powered by a micro PEM fuel cell
Contact Person: Ulf Groos
Autonomous outdoor test bench with 30 test cells in parallel operation for material and component screening as well as investigation of degradation effects by air ...
The variable power generation of regenerative power supplies need an efficient energy storage in order to develop their full potential in terms of grid stability ...
Certification of fuel cells: Fraunhofer ISE and VDE Prüfinstitut offer together the testing and certification of fuel cell modules, portable fuel cells and micro ...