TU Delft organizes a symposium on rSOC technology, 1st February 2018

We are happy to announce that the Delft University of Technology, a member of the H2020 BALANCE project, is organising a symposium on reversible Solid Oxide Cells, bidirectional power plants & energy storage on 1st February 2018. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn about the potential of the rSOC technology, to network with experts in the field and to meet many members of the BALANCE project.

 Please register on the symposium website:


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BALANCE project meeting at ENEA

The Month 6 project meeting took place at ENEA head quarter, in Rome, Italy. A good opportunity for the project members to meet many of the fuel cell team staff from ENEA. We discussed and planned interconnect and cell characterisation with lengthy discussion in order to have good comparability of the test performed at the different partner’s site. For the techno-economics analysis task, we discussed the opportunity to produce various fuels via electrolysis (or co-electrolysis) and upgrading in order to maximise value generation from the operation of reversible Solid Oxide Cells. DTU has produced and delivered the first cells that will be used as reference cell during the project.