Founded by Soren Jensen in 2018, DynElectro was created after two decades of pioneering research into high-temperature electrolysis. After this, Jensen knew it was time to accelerate his groundbreaking work in the niche field of solid oxide electrolysis (SOE) having been one of the first to study SOE technology back in the early 2000s.
Based in Denmark, DynElectro is well positioned to test, operate, design and install simple, high-efficiency, long-lasting integrated and compact Power-to-X energy solutions. To date, the company has a testing laboratory, five employees, world-class consortium partners, Danish-based investment partners and a megawatt-scale project in the pipeline.
Spearheading the company is DynElectro’s core technology, a unique operating method that is vendor-neutral, meaning it is applicable to any type of nickel-based SOE hardware unit – also known as a stack. This patented operation stabilises temperature variation across the stack thereby effectively eliminating temperature stabilising auxiliary equipment. In addition to a thermo-balanced operation, the primary degradation mechanism (nickel migration) can be radically reduced thereby profoundly extending lifetime.
What makes DynElectro unique to those working within SOE technologies is that the company is able to deliver a significantly more compact design. The close-packing feature employed is of significant value in offshore environments where the cost of each square metre is of utmost importance. SOE technology makes it possible to produce 30% more fuel with the same amount of wind turbines. The technology is also compatible with Power-to-X applications with the company believing this particular market is only going to expand with the EU committed to 80,000MW to be installed by 2030. This equates to 25MW installed daily, if started tomorrow.
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