SOCs can operate in reverse mode, as a solid oxide fuel and electrolysis Cell (SOFC/SOEC), turning energy and water back into hydrogen. By using the energy from renewables when they are not feeding into the grid, fuel cells can run in reverse, producing hydrogen gas through electrolysis.
Biogas fuel cell cogeneration system in Estonia
Incorporating Elcogen’s next generation of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and stack technology, a fuel cell systems’ provider, Convion, will deliver a biogas fuel cell system to Biometaan OÜ in Estonia. Biometaan OÜ is an Estonian pioneer in the production of biomethane fuel for mobility from agricultural waste streams. Convions’ C60 unit will be installed […]Read more