INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain

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INNO-SOFC project combines leading European SOFC technology companies and research centres to collaborate and form required phases in the SOFC value chain. Within this project a next generation 50 kW SOFC system together with its key components will be developed, manufactured, and validated. This system includes many significant improvements compared to current State of the Art, leading to 30000 hours operating time, 4000 /kW system costs, 60% electrical efficiency, and 85% total efficiency, which are required for large-scale commercialization of stationary fuel cells. The project is based on the products of industrial partners (Convion, Energy Matters, Elcogen, and ElringKlinger) and motivated by their interest to further improve their products and consolidate an efficient value chain by collaboration. Research centres (VTT, Forschungszentrum Jülich, and ENEA) support these companies to develop, experimentally validate and demonstrate their products.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition
PublisherENEA
Pages361-362
ISBN (Print)978-88-8286-324-1
Publication statusPublished - 2015
MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
Event6th European Fuel Cell Technology and Applications Conference - Piero Lunghi Conference, EFC 2015 - Naples, Italy
Duration: 16 Dec 201518 Dec 2015

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Conference6th European Fuel Cell Technology and Applications Conference - Piero Lunghi Conference, EFC 2015
CountryItaly
CityNaples
Period16/12/1518/12/15

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Himanen, O., Pulkkinen, V., & Kiviaho, J. (2015). INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain. In Proceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition (pp. 361-362). ENEA.
Himanen, O. ; Pulkkinen, V. ; Kiviaho, J. / INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain. Proceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition. ENEA, 2015. pp. 361-362
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Himanen, O, Pulkkinen, V & Kiviaho, J 2015, INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain. in Proceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition. ENEA, pp. 361-362, 6th European Fuel Cell Technology and Applications Conference - Piero Lunghi Conference, EFC 2015, Naples, Italy, 16/12/15.

INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain. / Himanen, O.; Pulkkinen, V.; Kiviaho, J.

Proceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition. ENEA, 2015. p. 361-362.

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Himanen O, Pulkkinen V, Kiviaho J. INNO-SOFC-development of innovative 50 kW SOFC system and related value chain. In Proceedings of the European Fuel Cell Conference & Exhibition. ENEA. 2015. p. 361-362