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Ceres and Shell further collaborate on SOEC technology

Ceres Power has been awarded a second contract by Shell to design a 10MW pressurised solid oxide electrolyser (SOEC) module.

Capable of producing green hydrogen at 36kWh/kg, the module will be used in large-scale applications, such as synthetic fuels, ammonia and green steel.

Building on its previous collaboration with Shell in Bangalore, India – which saw them demonstrate a 1MW module – Ceres will now develop a system that can be scaled to 100s of megawatts and be integrated with industrial plants to produce sustainable fuels.

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