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The high-temperature electrolysis stack technology developed at Fraunhofer IKTS is now to be transferred to industrial production and application together with thyssenkrupp nucera thanks to the strategic partnership established between the two companies. thyssenkrupp nucera is positioning itself even better for the electrolysis market of the future. In order to further expand its position as a leading global provider of electrolysis technologies for the production of green hydrogen, the company is strengthening its technology portfolio with the highly innovative high-temperature electrolysis (SOEC) from the Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS.

The research institute has carried out extensive research and development work in SOEC (Solid Oxide Electrolyzer Cell) technology for over 20 years and has carried out the necessary preparatory work with a view to industrializing this electrolysis technology. thyssenkrupp nucera and Fraunhofer IKTS want to work together to take the final steps towards industrial production and application of high-temperature electrolysis (SOEC).

For more information read the press release.