Phillips 66 has received a $3m grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to advance the development of high-performance reversible solid oxide fuel cells (RSOFC).
Announcing the news yesterday (22nd Jan), Phillips 66 said it will collaborate with the Georgia Institute of Technology to demonstrate the commercial feasibility of a low-cost and highly efficient RSOFC systems for hydrogen and electricity generation.
The technology is one of many Phillips 66 is pursuing as part of its commitment to a sustainable, lower-carbon energy future.
“Our scientists and engineers are at the forefront of solid oxide fuel cell technology. We are pleased to partner with Georgia Tech to demonstrate the commercial feasibility of this innovative reversible system,” said Ann Oglesby, Vice-President, Energy Research & Innovation at Phillips 66.
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