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, 6. February 2024

Project ZZE-GREEN-H2 started together with partners

Great things are happening in the Urban Tech Republic at the former Tegel Airport: All project partners met yesterday to kick off the ZZE-GREEN-H2 project. In addition to STOFF2, the Landshut University of Applied Sciences, the Technical University of Berlin, and the project sponsor Jülich joined in.

The project aims to further research and develop our zinc intermediate-step electrolysis technology regarding function, design parameters, industrial production, and scalability. Questions regarding cell, component and stack construction, scaling and the control of multiple stacks are worked on intensively together. The cell design will also be further developed based on previous work by the project partners. As a result, we aim to build a multi-stack test facility in the MWh range (concerning H2 storage capacity) and put it through its paces here in Tegel.

The project has a special meaning for STOFF2. We want to develop further the technological maturity level (TRL) of the zinc intermediate step electrolysis technology to TRL 7 and lay the foundation for series production. The STOFF2 project manager Stephan concludes from the day: “Many people involved in the project met in person for the first time today. We have planned the next steps together and already had many technical discussions. I’m looking forward to an intensive and successful project together!”

We thank the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action for the financial support and look forward to working closely with our partners and the project sponsor.