Development and Application of Novel Bi-metallic Anodic Electrodes for Direct Hydrocarbon Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)(05ΝΟΝ-EU-242)


In this project, the optimal use of hydrocarbon fuels (from natural gas up to gasoline) in high temperature, solid oxide fuel cells without the need of an external reformer were addressed. Development, testing and simulation procedures of special method on manufacturing bipolar plates, fundamentally novel types of fuel-cell bi-metallic anodes based on Nifor, designed for Solide Oxide Fuel Cell Stacks (SOFC)

Participated partners:
- Tropical S.A.
- Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH)
- Technical University of Crete
- University of South Carolina