Fuel cell-based technologies are at the centre of a clean energy revolution: delivering clean electricity from hydrogen in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and producing heat and power with reduced air pollution from natural gas to up to the tens of megawatts capacity in natural gas fuel cell power plant.
Recent developments in molten carbonate and solid oxide cells could enable fuel cells to become a gamechanger in carbon capture from fossil fuel power plant and could support the development of a new industrial branch of chemistry from CO₂ feedstock.
This workshop provided a platform to discuss and initiate new research collaborations within the SCCS partnership: to progress alternative CO₂ capture technologies and help develop new areas of industrial CO₂ utilisation.
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