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UK-based Ceres signs contract with Shell for green hydrogen production

Wednesday, 05 Jun 2024
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Ceres Power Holdings, a UK-based developer of clean energy technology, has been awarded a further contract to start the second phase of its collaboration with Shell towards the design of a solid-oxide electrolyser module. This module will be used in large-scale industrial applications such as synthetic fuels, ammonia and green steel. It can be scaled up and allows integration with industrial plants to produce sustainable future fuels.

Ceres has been working with Shell since 2022, leading to the deployment of a one-MW SOEC system at Shell’s R&D facility in Bengaluru, Karnataka. Its strategic collaboration with Shell helps in gaining valuable insights, making it well positioned to meet the needs for green hydrogen and synthetic fuels markets. The gains included is about 35 percent more hydrogen produced per unit of electrical energy when coupled with heat from industrial processes.

The programme will use data being harvested from the existing one-MW demonstration project to develop a commercially viable and scalable solution. The project will examine pressurised systems aimed at further efficiency and performance, targeting a module level efficiency of less than 36kWh/kg of hydrogen, which aligns to EU SOE 2030 technology targets.

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