The NEWELY project generates new knowledge with respect to material and stack operation modes, and correlates them with the durability aspects through a deep understanding of the degradation mechanisms.
It is expected that in the next three years NEWELY project the AEMWE will be more developed compared to other non-European electrolysers increasing the competitiveness of Europe in green hydrogen, providing a cost-effective alternative to PEMWE technology paving the way for larger system.
1) Complete elimination of Platinum Group Materials (PGMs);
2) Bring the Macro Porous Layers (MPLs) to AEMWE;
3) Stack with novel hydraulic compression technology;
4) High H2 pressure output with low membrane and cell components’ stress
1) Targeted cost of hydrogen lower than €2/kg within 2030;
2) Reduced CAPEX in comparison to alternative water electrolysis technologies;
3) Increased EU competitiveness for a green hydrogen production from renewable sources at large scale;
4) Contribute to the deployment of fuel cell vehicles and HRS by 2025-2030
1) Promote the market penetration of green hydrogen in the energy sector;
2) Increase the market share of hydrogen production by electrolysis (4%), compared to coal (18%), oil (30%) and natural gas (48%);
3) Use of environmental friendly materials and possibility of material recycling
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This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 875118. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research
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