NEWELY Project at Euromembrane 2022

Jan Zitka, of the Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences (IMC-CAS) participated in the conference Euromembrane 2022, which took place in Sorrento (Naples, Italy) on 20-24 November 2022. The researcher presented the work “Anion Exchange Membranes based on block copolymers for use in alkaline electrolysers“, which can be downloaded at this link. The…

New scientific paper published in MDPI Membrane

The researchers of the Korea Institute of Science and Technology, KIST (Korea) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA) published the analysis of the mechanical properties of membrane when measured in temperature-controlled water. The article is entitled “Properties of Anion Exchange Membranes with a Focus on Water Electrolysis” and can be downloaded from the publication sections. In…

NEWELY WINS THE BEST INNOVATION AWARD 2022!

The secret of success is in the membrane. The project NEWELY won the Best Innovation Award 2022 of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership Joint Undertaking. The Awards traditionally include three categories: Best Success Story, Best Innovation, and Best Outreach. The Best Innovation is chosen by public vote and wishes to demonstrate how the collaboration between research, industry and policymakers …

NEWELY AT THE EUROPEAN HYDROGEN WEEK

The European Hydrogen Week is the biggest annual event dedicated to hydrogen with a series of great events all around hydrogen. The third edition of the event took place in Brussels, from 24 to 28 October 2022. Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) attended the event and was present at the Exhibition, an important occasion to give…

FIFTH PROJECT MEETING

On the 15th of September 2022, the NEWELY’s consortium met again in person! The event took place in Prague, and was hoster by the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (UCTP). The Consortium had the opportunity to strengthen relationship, exchange views and share the latest updates on the R&D activities for the prototype construction.  The…

NEWELY WILL BE PRESENTED AT EUROMEMBRANE 2022

The latest results on the NEWELY’s Anion Exchange Membrane are going to be presented by Jan Žitka at the Euromembrane Conference organized in Sorrento (Italy) on 20-24 November 2022. Dr. Žitka will present his work entitled “Anion Exchange Membranes based on block copolymers for use in alkaline electrolysers”.  Euromembrane 2022 is organised by the EMS (European Membrane Society) in…

3rd SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION IN JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES

We are proud to announce that the article “Optimization of the membrane electrode assembly for an alkaline water electrolyser based on the catalyst-coated membrane” has been published in open access on the Journal of Power Sources. This study deals with the preparation and characterisation of catalyst-coated membranes for an alkaline water electrolysis process. For this purpose, a…

LECTURE ON IP MANAGEMENT BY DR. JELENA STOJADINOVIC

On May, 3 2022,  Dr Jelena Stojadinovic hold a lecture on IP management in research projects. Her audience was composed by bachelor students participating to the Solar2Chem Project 4th workshop organized by the Tampere University, Finland.  Dr. Stojadinovic explained how to protect new ideas and basic knowledge deriving from innovation and research projects. The NEWELY case study was…

NEWELY PRESENTED AT MODVAL2022

NEWELY’s researchers Ronit Kumar Panda, Guillaume Serre, Pascal Schott, Yann Bultel presented at Modval2022 their modelling work on the NEWELY electrolyser. The oral presentation detailed the need for modelling the AEM water electrolysis and the phenomenon associated with it. The context of lumped parameter based modelling approach and initial results obtained were discussed to better understand the…

FOURTH PROJECT MEETING

Fourth semiannual meeting

2022 will be an exciting year for the NEWELY project! Most of the testing on the stack and the membranes will be concluded and new publications are expected by the end of the year. The NEWELY’s Consortium met online today to align on the status of the activities and to plan the next steps to…