DTU Energy - Department of Energy Conversion and Storage at Technical University of Denmark
Roskilde, Denmark
www.energy.dtu.dk/english Booth number
E65/1
Company profile:
In a sustainable energy system, a large part of the energy will be supplied by fluctuating sources such as solar and wind power. This makes it critically important to be able to convert and store the energy as needed. At DTU Energy we work on fuel cells, electrolysis, solar cells, batteries, magnetic refrigeration and other sustainable energy technologies. Extensive research activities in the area of fuel cells and electrolysis cover solid oxide cells (SOFC & SOEC), high temperature PEM, and alkaline electrolysis.
DTU Energy provides access to advanced testing and demonstration of components and systems, training and consultancy to the industry within the fuel cell and hydrogen technologies through its FCH Test Center.

Exhibits at HANNOVER MESSE 2019:
Testing cells, stacks, components; fuel cells, electrolysis and batteries

Product categories:
Testing and diagnostics
Fuel Cells
Hydrogen generation (electrolysers, reformers)
Batteries

Technical Forum
Topic: Landfill gas fueled solid oxide fuel cells - From cell to system level
Speaker: Hendrik Langnickel, PhD Student
Date: Tuesday, April 2, 13:20

Public Forum
Topic: SOFC & SOEC at DTU Energy – From fundamentals to mature technology
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. Anke Hagen, Department of Energy Conversion and Storage Electrochemistry
Date: Thursday, April 4, 13:20

View the online documentation from HANNOVER MESSE 2018