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Guest lecture of Prof. Bouzek on solid-oxide co-electrolysis of steam-CO2

Written by Dr. Jiří Hrdlička on 09.01.2020 | Fuel cells and fuel cell systems I

Dear students,

on Wednesday January 15 2020 at 9:30 will in 2/W021 (C25.021) take place a lecture on solid-oxide co-electrolysis of steam and carbon dioxide. I'd like to invite you to this lecture to gain some insight into the state of research regarding the production of hydrogen, which will prove crucial during the introduction of hydrogen technologies (including not only PEM fuel cells) to general public. The lecture will be delivered by Prof. Bouzek from University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, who is very active in the research of hydrogen-related technologies and presides over the hydrogen technological platform.

Best regards,

Jiri Hrdlicka

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