From the component level through to the design and development of installations involving the use of hydrogen in fuel cells that produce electricity, the hydrogen transformation area is focused around activities related to PEM (high, medium and low temperature) and SO (high temperature solid oxide) technology based fuel cells.
Both on the component and full system levels, its main objective is the research and characterisation tests undertaken on fuel cells pursuant to current legislation and specific national and international reference documents. .
In order to carry out these activities, they are equipped with specific state of the art laboratories, equipment and resources that may be both commercial or purpose built by the CNH2. In this manner, the scope of this area additionally includes the design, development, building and optimisation of these installations, both for private use as well as for any specific customer projects that may require it.
Since the area is staffed by researchers, PhD graduates and engineers with wide experience in the hydrogen technology, research and engineering sectors, it is possible to carry out investigations and to develop new components, as well as testing those components and small equipment, in addition to being able to build test benches and ad-hoc pilot plants (according to customer defined specifications) that use hydrogen and fuel cells as their main hub.
All the above services and installations are available to any organisation in the private or public sector intending to carry out any hydrogen or fuel cell related tasks that will contribute to their evolution.
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