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Fraunhofer-Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
Freiburg, Germany
www.h2-ise.de Booth number
C58
Company profile:
Fraunhofer ISE is the largest solar research institute in Europe. In the area of business Hydrogen Technology we offer research services for hydrogen generation by means of reforming or electrolysis as well as for fuel cells since the early 1990s with over 80 employees.

Exhibits at HANNOVER MESSE 2018:
Fuel cells systems, electrolysis

Power-to-liquid: Sustainable production of fuels and chemicals (pdf)
Spatially resolved characterization of fuel cells and stacks (pdf)
Katalysator- und Prozessentwicklung für die stoffliche Lignin-Nutzung (pdf)
Characterization of PEM fuel cells, stacks and systems (pdf)
Hydrogen production by pem water electrolysis (pdf)
Testing of fuel cell components (pdf)

Product categories:
Fuel cell systems
water electrolysis
vanadium redox flow battery
solar hydrogen production
hydrogen mobility
power to gas
power to liquid
Research and Development
Thermochemical H2 generation from hydrocarbons
Synthesis of H2 and CO2 to liquid energy carriers/fuels (PtL)
Catalytic evaporation of liquid hydrocarbons
Hydrogen generation by PEM water electrolysis
Energy storage in H2 systems and redox flow batteries
Power-to-Gas: Interconnection of the power and gas grid
Scientific characterisation of fuel cell components
Degradation research (load profile, various climates)
Customer specific, self-sufficient PEM systems up to 20 kW
 
Technical Forum
Topic: Selecting the best MEA for your cell design and your operation strategy
Speaker: Ulf Groos, Head of Department Fuel Cell System
Date: Tuesday, April 24, 12:20
   
Technical Forum
Topic: LADOG - a fuel cell powered municipal vehicle
Speaker: Stefan Keller, Scientist
Date: Wednesday, April 25, 11:20
   
Public Forum
Topic: Power-to-Liqui
Speaker: Dr. Robin White, Group Leader
Date: Thursday, April 26, 16:40
   
Technical Forum
Topic: New differential test cell for material evaluation in PEMFCs
Speaker: Dr. Robert Alink, Head of Group Cell Analysis and Materials
Date: Thursday, April 26, 11:20




Booth photos

View the online documentation from HANNOVER MESSE 2017