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Hydrogen at pressure

OxEon demonstrates solid oxide stack that generates hydrogen at elevated pressure as a pathway to low-cost renewable hydrogen

OxEon, with NETL support, operated a solid oxide electrolysis cell that produced hydrogen at elevated pressure of 2 to 3 bar. This project was also designed to address common challenges faced by the SOEC industry by implementing process modifications and cell component modifications to demonstrate improved cell performance and stability, redox tolerance of the fuel electrode, performance stability through thermal cycles, and evaluation of effect of contaminants.

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