SOCs can operate in electrolysis mode, as a solid oxide electrolysis cell (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 green hydrogen gas through electrolysis.
Heat and electricity generation in Guangzhou, China
The Guangzhou Nansha “Multiple in One” Micro-Energy Demonstration project is the first energy demonstration project to be implemented based on the MoU signed between Finland’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment and China’s National Energy Administration. The project uses various leading technologies that enables clean energy production and more efficient use of energy for the […]Read more