European Integrated Project Large-SOFC

Rolf Rosenberg, Ludger Blum, Jukka Göös, Joachim Jacobsen, Peik Jansson, Jari Kiviaho, Robert Steinberger Wilkens, Oliver Tarnowski

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    Towards a Large SOFC Power Plant (LargeSOFC) is a FP6 Integrated Project. This is a 3year project that started in January 2007 and aims at developing concepts, subsystems and components enabling the construction of large SOFC power plants from several hundred kW to several MW. The ambitious long term goals are to lower system cost to 1000 /kW, to increase system efficiency up to 60% electrical and 90% thermal and to increase system life to 50,000 h. A pressurised system for electrical power generation only and an atmospheric system for combined heat and power generation are involved. System and subsystem concepts are being developed as well as modelling tools for use in concept planning. Balance of Plant components are being partly developed and partly chosen from commercially available suppliers. Pressurised subsystems and an atmospheric planar 50 kW system will be verified experimentally.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication8th European SOFC Forum
    Subtitle of host publicationEuropean Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Forum Proceedings
    PublisherEuropean Fuel Cell Forum AG
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event8th European SOFC Forum, EFCF 2008: European Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Forum - Lucerne, Switzerland
    Duration: 30 Jun 20084 Jul 2008


    Conference8th European SOFC Forum, EFCF 2008
    Abbreviated title EFCF 2008


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