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Renewable and green hydrogen energy techniques

The Renewable and green hydrogen energy techniques infrastructure facilitates research related to green hydrogen production by solid oxide electrolysis and electricity production from fuel cells. It is possible to synthesize nanomaterials (ionic conductors, electrocatalysts), fabricate energy devices by additive manufacturing techniques (3D and inkjet printing) and conventional fabrication methods (presses, screen printing, tape casting), and perform various material and device characterizations (rheology, thermal analysis), most importantly electrochemical characterization (electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, cyclic voltammetry).

Two persons working with a fuel cell setupPhoto: Jonne Renvall