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Developing novel electrodes for robust Solid Oxide Cells

06-03-2020 | New Project

Developing novel electrodes for robust Solid Oxide Cells

VoltaChem researchers at TNO have recently started the development of novel oxygen electrodes for a new generation of robust Solid Oxide Cells at the Faraday Lab in Petten, one of the hydrogen research facilities that VoltaChem has in use. This research is part of the three year, 5 million euro 'NewSOC' project that started in January 2020, funded by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.

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e-THOR: Electrolysis technology for hydrogen and oxygen production in Rotterdam

04-03-2020 | New Project

e-THOR: Electrolysis technology for hydrogen and oxygen production in Rotterdam

As part of VoltaChem's program line Power-2-Integrate, a study has been started towards an integrated hydrogen plant in the Rotterdam harbor. The project involves experts from TNO, waste-to-energy company AVR, TiO2 producer Tronox, and Deltalinqs, the business association of Mainport Rotterdam. The integrative approach can lead to a significant reduction of CO2 emissions in a unique demonstration project, possibly with a competing business case for large-scale valorization of electrolysis.

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Taking the next step in the integrated capture and conversion of CO2 to oxalic acid

02-03-2020 | New Project

Taking the next step in the integrated capture and conversion of CO2 to oxalic acid

On February 7th 2020 the kick-off was held for a new project of the VoltaChem program line Power-2-Chemicals. The Bio-cel project focuses on the integrated capture and electrochemical conversion of biogenic CO2 to oxalic acid. It is carried out with project partners DMT Environmental Technology, Mestverwerking Fryslan, Tielo-Tech, TNO, and TU Delft.

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Seizing opportunities in the international value chain of electrolyzer production

28-02-2020 | New Project

Seizing opportunities in the international value chain of electrolyzer production

Green hydrogen is an indispensable ingredient in the energy transition and in making the chemical industry sustainable and carbon-neutral. Producing green hydrogen on such a large scale requires the availability of electrolyzers in large numbers. This offers the manufacturing industry great opportunities. In a partnership with FME (the Dutch employers’ organization in the technology industry) and TNO, the VoltaChem program is making an effort to inform and enthuse Dutch suppliers and manufacturers.

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25 mrt 2020 at 09:52

Our will present at the online conference on CO2 Utilisation this morning. Topic: Strategies for Integrating CO2 capture and conversion https://twitter.com/mkarus/status/1242451553505759233 …

16 mrt 2020 at 09:28

Our first VoltaChem Business Community Event 2020, to be held on Tuesday March 24th, has been cancelled. We are exploring alternatives or postponement to a later date.

13 mrt 2020 at 09:08

This event has been cancelled and will soon be rescheduled to a later date. https://twitter.com/VoltaChem_/status/1228260144670179328 …

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