International PEM Workshop

16. und 17. Februar 2016

Das Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) in Freiburg veranstaltet einen internationalen Workshop unter dem Namen "Durability and Degradation Issues in PEM Electrolysis Cells and its Components". 

Eingeladen sind Vertreter aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft und Politik, die über technische Neuerungen, wirtschaftliche Perspektiven und die Zukunft der Energiepolitik referieren werden. 

 

Folgende Experten werden erwartet

16. Februar

FCH 2 JU Funded Water Electrolysis Projects - Status and Perspectives
Jean-Luc Deplancke, FCH JU, Belgien

The Need for Large Scale Electrolysers - Hydrogen as Part of the Energy System
Dr. Christopher Hebling, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Deutschland

Novel Materials and System Designs for Low Cost, Efficient and Durable PEM Electrolysers
Dr. Magnus Thomassen, SINTEF, Norwegen

Membranes for Water Electrolysis - Target-Oriented Choice and Design of Materials
Lorenz Gubler, Paul Scherrer Institute, Schweiz

Analysis of Degradation Processes in PEM Water Electrolysis Cell
Pierre Millet, Université Paris-Sud, Frankreich

Diagnosing Electrode Degradation in PEM Water Electrolysers
Marcelo Carmo, FZJ, Deutschland

Degradation Mechanisms and Enhanced Stability of PEM Electrosysis Cells Using Low Catalyst Loadings and Novel Type of Membranes
Antonio Arico, CNR-ITAE, Italien

Life-Time Pridiction of PEM Water Electrolysis Stacks Coupled with RES
Kevin Harrison, NREL, USA

Do we have understood Degradation in PEM Electrolysis Cells?
Dmitri Bessarabov, HySA, Südafrika

17. Februar

Aging Effects in PFSA Membranes by Electrochemical Cycling
Tomás Klicpera, FuMA-Tech, Deutschland

The Impact of Non-uniform Electrodes on Performance and Gas Cross-over
Ed Wright, Johnson Matthey Fuel Cell, Großbritannien

Field Test Experience with Hydrogenics Prototype Stack and System for MW PEM Electrolysis
Jan Vaes, Hydrogenics Europe, Belgien

Stack Sife-time and Failure Mechanism
Everett Anderson, Proton OnSite, USA

Field Test Experience with Areva H2Gen, France
Fabien Aupretre, Areva H2Gen, Frankreich

Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression - Degradation Issues
Peter Bouwman, HyET, Niederlande

Towards life-time Prediction and AST Protocols - what do we need?
Tom Smolinka, Fraunhofer ISE, Deutschland

 

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