2nd Generation Alkaline Electrolysis

Final report

Lars Yde, Cecilia Kristin Kjartansdóttir, Frank Allebrod, Mogens Bjerg Mogensen, Per Møller, Lisbeth R. Hilbert, Peter Tommy Nielsen, Troels Mathiesen, Jørgen Jensen, Lars Andersen, Alexander Dierking

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Abstract

This report provides the results of the 2nd Generation Alkaline Electrolysis project which was initiated in 2008. The project has been conducted from 2009-2012 by a consortium comprising Århus University Business and Social Science – Centre for Energy Technologies (CET (former HIRC)), Technical University of Denmark – Mechanical Engineering (DTU-ME), Technical University of Denmark – Energy Conversion (DTU-EC), FORCE Technology and GreenHydrogen.dk. The project has been supported by EUDP.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherÅrhus University Business and Social Science – Centre for Energy Technologies
Number of pages72
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Bibliographical note

EUDP 63011-0200

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Yde, L., Kjartansdóttir, C. K., Allebrod, F., Mogensen, M. B., Møller, P., Hilbert, L. R., ... Dierking, A. (2013). 2nd Generation Alkaline Electrolysis: Final report. Århus University Business and Social Science – Centre for Energy Technologies.
Yde, Lars ; Kjartansdóttir, Cecilia Kristin ; Allebrod, Frank ; Mogensen, Mogens Bjerg ; Møller, Per ; Hilbert, Lisbeth R. ; Nielsen, Peter Tommy ; Mathiesen, Troels ; Jensen, Jørgen ; Andersen, Lars ; Dierking, Alexander. / 2nd Generation Alkaline Electrolysis : Final report. Århus University Business and Social Science – Centre for Energy Technologies, 2013. 72 p.
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