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Solid oxide fuel cells: materials and manufacturing.

One of the most promising hydrogen technologies to be considered standard is the solid oxide fuel cell. These cells have achieved the most efficiency rates in testing and they can operate at higher temperatures than PEM fuel cells, providing additional efficiency with heating capacity. In addition, their costs of manufacturing are being significantly reduced with the new advances in materials and production processes. Check this interesting cost study for 10.000 solid oxide fuel cells manufacturing per year, which it has been calculated for 270 kW SOFC stack units and optimal costs of 672$ per kW.

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