University of Birmingham

 



Address

University of Birmingham School of Chemical Engineering
Edgbaston
B15 2TT Birmingham
United Kingdom

Contact person

Prof.Dr. Robert Steinberger-Wilckens R.SteinbergerWilckens@bham.ac.uk

 



Information

Website : http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/chemical-engineering/energy-chemical/fuel-cells/index.aspx

Type of organization : University

Number of professional staff active in FCH sector : 50

Participation in FCH JU Projects : TrainHy, FC-EuroGrid, MMLCR=SOFC, SCORED 2:0, SUAV, SAFARI, HEATSTACK, KnowHy

 



Our expertise

Transport Pillar

  • 1.01 Road vehicles applications
  • 1.02 Non road vehicles (including materials handling) applications
  • 1.03 Auxiliary Power Units (APU)
  • 1.04 Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructure (HRS)
  • 1.05 Stack components
  • 1.06 System (BoP) components
  • 1.07 System integration
  • 1.08 On-board Hydrogen Storage
  • 1.09 Demonstration
  • 1.10 Modelling
  • 1.11 Characterisation and testing
  • 1.12 Materials Synthesis, Design and Manufacturing from components to systems

Energy Pillar / Energy to Hydrogen

  • 2.01 Hydrogen production
  • 2.02 Hydrogen Storage
  • 2.03 Hydrogen handling and distribution
  • 2.08 Stack integration and BOP
  • 2.09 Demonstration
  • 2.10 Modelling

Energy Pillar / Fuel Cells to Energy

  • 3.01 Combined Heat and Power Units (CHP)
  • 3.02 Power Generation
  • 3.04 Residential
  • 3.05 Commercial
  • 3.06 Industrial
  • 3.07 Control, diagnostics and prognostics
  • 3.08 Innovation on fuel cells and components
  • 3.09 Manufacturing Technologies
  • 3.10 Modelling
  • 3.11 Characterisation and testing

Cross-Cutting Research Activities

  • 4.01 Education
  • 4.04 Communication and Public Awareness
  • 4.05 E-Science and E-Education
  • 4.06 Market and Technology Monitoring
  • 4.09 Techno-, socio- and economic analysis
  • 4.10 Support (to public authorities, polica makers and Society)


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