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Electrochemical Technology for the Low Carbon Transition

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Electrochemical technology is of increasing importance to the low carbon energy transition, offering flexible and high efficiency conversion between electrons and molecules. The talk will present the opportunities for key technologies such as electrolysers, fuel cells and batteries, then focus on the speakers own work on materials and device engineering for solid oxide fuel cells and flow batteries. This will include references to two spin-out companies formed in the sector by the speaker and colleagues, Ceres Power and RFC Power, one of which (Ceres, a fuel cell company) currently has a market capital of over £2.5B, the other (RFC Power, a flow battery company) being more nascent.

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