Ceres and AtkinsRealis to design modularised green hydrogen production system

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Jon Harman, technology delivery director at Ceres, tells Bioenergy Insight about its collaboration with AtkinsRealis for a commercial multi-megawatt modularised hydrogen production system.
Ceres is a clean energy technology licencing business with a primary focus on the development and commercialisation of solid oxide cell technology for use in both fuel cell and electrolyser systems. Formed in 2001 as a spin-out from Imperial College London, the organisation now employs approximately 600 people, over two sites in Horsham, West Sussex and Redhill, Surrey.
Ceres licenses both the use and development of its technology to its strategic partners, in addition to the cell and stack manufacturing processes. It is currently collaborating with partners who are setting up high volume cell and stack factories in Europe and Asia, as well as developing their own ranges of products utilising Ceres technology.
Harman leads Ceres’ Solid Oxide Electrolysis (SOEC) programme, which is currently developing a set of electrolyser products that will enable commercial scale through high volume global manufacturing.
“As we are a technology licencing...

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