Ceres collaborates with Linde and Bosch to validate solid oxide electrolysis technology

Ceres Power has signed contracts with Linde Engineering and Bosch to collaborate on demonstrating a 1MW green hydrogen project using its solid oxide electrolysis (SOEC) technology.

The companies intend to prepare a two-year demonstration of a 1MW SOEC system at Bosch’s site in Stuttgart, Germany, aimed at validating the technology’s performance, cost and operational functionality.

Expected to start in 2024, the project is aimed at showcasing the potential for SOEC to offer a highly efficient pathway to low-cost green hydrogen to play a role in hard-to-decarbonise industrial sectors.

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