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…

NEWELY & the AEM HUB PARTICIPATE AT FCH JU PROGRAMME REVIEW DAY

The NEWELY Project together with its siblings CHANNEL and the ANIONE projects took part to the panel session on Next Generation Electrolyzers at the Programme Review Days 2021. The PRDs have been organized by FCH JU as the last event of the European Hydrogen Week. The three projects form the AEM Hub, joining forces to…

NEWELY WILL BE PRESENTED AT FCH JU PROGRAMME REVIEW DAYS

On December 2 at 2.30 pm, our coordinator Aldo Gago will present the progress of the NEWELY project in the Panel Session on “Next generation electrolysers” at the FCH JU Programme Review Days. This two-days event will kick-close the EU Hydrogen week and, following the tradition of the past 11 years, will provide an excellent…

FCH JU WEBINAR ON AEMEL

The NEWELY project will participate to the webinar on Anion Exchange Membrane Electrolysers organized by FCH JU. The webinar is scheduled for Tuesday 6 July, 2021 | 14:00 – 15:30. Since 2020 the FCH JU has supported three cutting-edge projects on this research field: ANIONE, CHANNEL and NEWELY. The projects will be showcasing their targets, achievements…

THIRD PROJECT MEETING

The NEWELY’s consortium has met online to share the latest updates on the R&D activities for the prototype construction.  There are innovations deriving from the activities on the membranes, cell and electrodes. These will make NEWELY’ s a promising project for the uptake of Anion Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysers.  More information will be posted in…

KICK-OFF MEETING

The NEWELY project has been officially kicked-off. The eleven partners of the Consortium met in Stuttgart at DLR to present their roles and activities in the project. The NEWELY Consortium is ready to start the journey that will lead to the creation of the Next Generation of Water Electrolysers. Follow our journey on this website!