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Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory - HYDROSOL-beyond

HYDROSOL-beyond


Thermochemical HYDROgen production in a SOLar structured reactor: facing the challenges and beyond

HYDROSOL-BEYOND
Title of Programme Horizon 2020
Financing Code for Project 826379
Project start year - end year 2019 - 2022
Financing organisation Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking
Coordinator Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory (APTL)
Other partners
German Aerospace Center (DLR
 Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas (CIEMAT
 HyGear B.V. (HyGear)
EngiCer SA (ENGICER)
Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana (SUPSI
France's Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA
 Abengoa (Abengoa)
Budget / APTL Budget 600.000,00 € /  2.999.940,00 €
Scientific Manager / Project researcher S. Lorentzou
Project website

http://www.hydrosol-beyond.certh.gr/

Summary
The HYDROSOL-beyond project is a continuation of the HYDROSOL-technology series of projects based on the utilization of concentrated solar thermal power for the production of Hydrogen from the dissociation of water via the redox-pair-based thermochemical cycles.

HYDROSOL-beyond is an ambitious scientific endeavor aiming to address the major challenges and bottlenecks identified during the previous projects and further boost the performance of the technology via innovative solutions that will increase the potential of the technology's future commercialization.

In this context, HYDROSOL-beyond will capitalize on the 750kWth existing operational infrastructure, built in the HYDROSOL-Plant project, as well as on a "cluster" of relevant solar platforms and units (owned & operated by the project partners) in order to collect diverse experimental data from a wide range of achievable solar power (50-750kWth) facilities. This way HYDROSOL-beyond will have the flexibility of assessing the proposed novel approaches both under realistic environments and at different scales.

The main objectives of HYDROSOL-beyond are the: 

    • minimization of the parasitic loses mostly related to the high consumption of inert gas via the introduction of innovative concepts for the purification and the potential full recycling of the utilized gases
    • efficient recovery of heat at rates >60%
    • development of redox materials and structures with enhanced stability (>1,000 cycles) and with production of hydrogen ~three times higher than the current state-of-the-art Ni-ferrite foams
    • development of a technology with annual solar-to-fuel efficiency of ≥10%
    • improvement of the reactor design and introduction of novel reactor concepts
    • development of smart process control strategies and systems for the optimized operation of the plant
    • demonstration of efficiency >5% in the field tests, i.e. during operation at the 750kWth HYDROSOL solar platform (PSA, Spain)

 

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