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PEM water electrolysis is a key component for sustainable and efficient hydrogen production and an emerging technology with considerable R&D and commercialisation progress in the last years. Two and a half years before we hosted already the 1st international workshop on durabiltiy and degradation issues in PEM electrolysis cells and its components within the European NOVEL. We are delighted to announce now the "Second international workshop on durabiltiy and degradation issues in PEM electrolysis cells and its components"
February 16th-17th, 2016 Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg, Germany
Venue:Solar Info Center Emmy-Noether-Straße 2 79110 Freiburg | Germany www.solar-info-center.de (located nearby Fraunhofer ISE)
Registration and Workshop FeeRegistration is organised by PSE AG. Registration can be done only online until January 29th 2016.
Number of participants is limited. Registration fee is 175,- € (excl. VAT) for all participants and includes the evening event on February 16th 2016. Payment has to be done in advance via credit card during online registration.
AccommodationLimited contingent of single rooms are available until January 15th at:
Booking code and more information can be found at the registration homepage. After this date reservation with special rates of Fraunhofer ISE is possible at different hotels, see as well homepage. If you need any help in your travel organisation please contact Mrs. Maria Frank from PSE AG (PEM-Workshop@pse.de).
About NOVEL The collaborative project "Novel materials and system designs for low cost, efficient and durable PEM electrolysers" is a 4-years project within the framework of the European Joint Undertaking Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (JU FCH). It has started in September 2012 as a follow-up of the NEXPEL project under the coordination of SINTEF. Partners from industry and research work together to deal with different aspects of PEM electrolysis as membrane and catalyst development, coatings of bipolar plates and current collectors etc. Durability and degradation issues are further issues of NOVEL.
For more information see: www.novelhydrogen.eu
Magnus Thomasson (SINTEF) and Tom Smolinka (Fraunhofer ISE)
Published September 1, 2015