The ANIONE project is a research and innovation project (under the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking) that will develop high-performance, cost-effective and durable anion exchange membrane (AEM) water electrolysis technology. The ANIONE technology combines the advantages of proton exchange membrane and liquid electrolyte alkaline technologies and aims to validate a 2 kW AEM electrolyser with a hydrogen production rate of approximately 0.4 Nm3/h. To achieve this, innovative reinforced anion exchange membranes will be developed in conjunction with non-critical raw material electrocatalysts with high surface areas and membrane-electrode assemblies. Cost-effective stack hardware materials and novel stack designs will contribute to decrease the capital costs of these systems.
- Planned and achieved– an overview of all reports to be submitted to the EC during the project runtime
- Results through time – a timeline with the achieved results of the ANIONE project
- Publications – publications and papers that are related to the ANIONE project
The consortium consists of 9 partners and one linked third party from 5 different EU countries.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 875613.