Haldor Topsoe: SOEC technology can unlock full potential of renewable power

Haldor Topsoe says solid oxide electrolysis cell technology (SOEC), a core technology in power-to-X solutions that produce climate-friendly fuels such as hydrogen and ammonia, holds the key to unlocking the full potential of renewable power.

The SOEC technology can be thermally integrated with a range of chemical synthesis processes enabling the efficient production of future fuels such as methanol and ammonia.

Green ammonia, for example, can be produced from air, water, and renewable electricity and become a highly attractive fuel for decarbonising the maritime sector

“In the article in Science, we claim that the SOEC technology holds the best promise for a wider adoption thanks to unrivalled energy conversion efficiencies,” said Rainer Küngas, Principal Scientist at Topsoe and one of the lead authors of the article.

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