Next Generation PEM Electrolysers under New Extremes ...

  • Innovative solutions in the field of PEM electrolysis ...

    About NEPTUNE


    The NEPTUNE project addresses challenges associated with reducing capital costs, and increasing production rates and output pressures of water electrolysis that will be required to achieve large-scale application of PEM electrolysers.

    The NEPTUNE project will develop a set of breakthrough solutions at material, stack and system levels to increase hydrogen pressure to 100 bar and current density to 4 A/cm2 for the base load, while keeping the nominal energy consumption less than 50 kWh/kg H2. The novel solutions will be validated by demonstrating a robust and rapid-response electrolyser of 48 kW nominal capacity with a production rate of 23 kg H2/day.


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  • 5 partners involved in the project ...

    Partners


    Five partners from United Kigdom, Italy, Denmark and France are involved in the NEPTUNE project: partners

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  • The latest information ...

    News

    •  NEWSLETTER ISSUE#2 - July 2020

    The second issue of the NEPTUNE newsletter is also available for download: PDF

    In the last 12 months, the development, characterisation and scale-up of both membranes and catalysts has been completed and transferred from work packages 3 and 4 to work package 5 for MEA development and characterisation. Stack engineering and system development are on track to be able achieve upcoming project milestones...


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    Contact



    Project Coordinator   Ms. Catherine McDougall
    kx2 outlook2   ITM Power plc
    22 Atlas Way
    S4 7QQ Sheffield
    United Kingdom


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funding

Funding Institutions


This NEPTUNE project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 779540.

Duration: 3 years (2018-2021)
Budget: 1926846,25 €

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