SOFC development at CNH2

Gurauskis , Jonas
4th International Symposium on the Catalysis for Clean Energy and Sustainable Chemistry
Participation type: 
Comunicación oral
Other authors: 
Campana R, Wain A, Gabriel I, Larrañaga A, Arriortua MI, Rodriguez J,
Bilbao (Spain)

Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC´s) are devices that convert chemical energy from reactants into heat and electricity with high efficiency. Usually, these systems operate at high temperatures (600-1000ºC) and are able to run with different fuels. Presentation covers current activities that are being carried out at the Solid Oxide laboratory of the Hydrogen National Centre in Spain, which is focused on the development and electrochemical characterization of SOFC materials and devices.