High temperature PEM fuel cells

Danish Power Systems is developing and manufacturing Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for high temperature PEM fuel cells. The MEAs are available in a number of standard sizes.

Free conference on PEM Fuel Cells in Korea

7. November 2013

Both Korea and Denmark have strong communities for research, development and early commercialization of PEM fuel cells, and both countries are worldwide recognized for their pronounced efforts to promote new energy technologies of which fuel cells constitute an important field with high expectations. This has led to fruitful and growing cooperation between the Korean and the Danish fuel cell communities and now the joint Danish Korean PEM Fuel Cell Workshop in Seoul, November 18-19, 2013, organized by DTU Energy Conversion, Danish Power System and Korean Institute of Science and Technology. The scope of this bilateral PEM fuel cell workshop is to bring together scientists and business developers from the two countries in a two day event in Seoul - to get updated, to make new contacts or to strengthen and widen the networks already established. Common challenges are best met in common and the markets of today are global, and the climate challenge has made the need for accelerated development of improved energy technologies even stronger. Besides, commercial niche applications for which PEM fuel cells show a competing edge are emerging, and the workshop is also a fine opportunity for the companies in the market to meet the scientists.

Danish Power Systems at DTI Conference on “Green technology gives new business opportunities”

30. September 2013

Thomas Steenberg, CTO will give a speech about High Temperature Polymer Fuel Cells at the conference “Green technology gives new business opportunities” at Teknologisk Institut, 9. October 2013. The speech will be in Danish. For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

DTU International Energy Conference 2013

9. September 2013

Hans Aage Hjuler from Danish Power Systems will give a speech on Production of HT-PEM fuel cells at the DTU International Energy Conference 2013 on the 10th of September in Lyngby. For more information see DTU Energy Conference or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Top Cited Papers certificate

9. September 2013

A scientific paper from DPS from 2010 “Properties, degradation and high temperature fuel cell test of different types of PBI and PBI blend membranes” was one of the most cited Journal of Membrane Science articles for 2010 and 2011. The paper was published in collaboration with DTU Energy Conversion. The list of the Top 25 Most Cited Authors is available at here. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Danish Korean PEM Fuel Cell Workshop, Seoul, November 18-19, 2013

6. September 2013

DPS is together with DTU Energy Conversion, KIST and Sanqmyung University organizing a workshop on fuel cells. The purpose is to expand the collaboration between the companies, institutions and universities in the two countries.

In both Korea and Denmark there are strong communities for research, development and early commercialization of PEM fuel cells. Both countries are recognized for their pronounced efforts to promote new energy technologies of which fuel cells constitute an important field with high expectations. The climate challenge has made the need for accelerated development of improved energy technologies even stronger. Besides, niche applications for which PEM fuel cells show a competing edge also from a commercial perspective are already emerging.

Some initial contacts between members of the Korean and the Danish fuel cell communities are seen in line with the overall interest for collaboration between the two countries in the fields of green technology, exemplified by the Green Growth Alliance and last spring by the Danish business delegation headed by the Danish Crown Prince Couple.

The scope of this bilateral PEM fuel cell workshop is to bring together scientists and business developers from the two countries in a two day event in Seoul - to get updated, to make new contacts or to strengthen and widen the networks already established. Common challenges are best met in common and the markets of today are global.

The workshop is financed by a grant from International Network Program of Danish Agency for Science Technology and Innovation.

The workshop is also supported by the Embassy of Denmark in Seoul.

 

For more information see www.kdfuelcell.net or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Development of

  • Fuel cell componenents
  • Membrane Electrode Assemblies
  • Catalysts
  • Electrode materials
  • Membrane materials
  • Electrolysis components

Storage of

  • Energy
  • Hydrogen

Other

  • Spectroscopy 
  • Technical calculations
  • Corrosion testing of materials
  • Materials science in general

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