New paper published: “Large-area 3D printed electrolyte-supported reversible SOC”

Our newly published paper introduces a groundbreaking approach to manufacture Large Area Solid Oxide Cells via 3D printing that has the potential to revolutionize power generation and energy storage.

We proudly present the successful fabrication of large-area solid oxide cells, an impressive 25 cm², operated in fuel cell and electrolysis operation mode. With a durability in SOFC mode of over 1150h. This result confirms the robustness of the 3D-printed cell and highlights the endless potential for advancements through strategic design enhancements.

Read the full paper here.