Siemens: test prove Electrolytic Cells are stable at 850 degrees

Siemens: test prove Electrolytic Cells are stable at 850 degrees

Siemens researchers have demonstrated the long-term stability of ceramic electrolytic cells that are used to produce hydrogen. The results represent a step in the development of new energy storage systems. The use of electricity to generate hydrogen is considered to be a key technology for the storage of surplus energy from renewable sources. It could also play a crucial role in the energy transition and the stabilization of grids. Scientists at Siemens? global research unit Corporate Technology (CT) investigated high-temperature electrolysis in a project funded by the German Ministry of Economics. The picture shows an electrolysis cell in the lab.

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