The PEACE project commences in June 2023 and is projected to achieve its objectives by May 2026, all under the coordination of the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR). Project research and innovation activities are divided into six work packages (WPs), leading to the creation of 31 reports (deliverables) submitted to the granting authority.

The fundamental core of achieving project objectives revolves around the design and modification of the alkaline electrolysis (AEL) stack and system, covered by WP2 to WP5. These WPs aim to design and develop a highly pressurized AEL demonstrator (electrolyser) with a capacity exceeding 50kW, capable of operating at pressures more than 50bar with optimized stack design, stack components, operational strategies and the Balance of Plant.

The successful implementation of the project is conducted within the WP1 (management activities).

WP6 focuses not only on the circularity aspect of the technology but also on the promotion, publication, and productive utilisation of the results.


Coordination and project management

Within WP1, overall project management duties are ...



Cell components development and qualification

WP2 develops and tests PEACE electrolyser cell com...



Stack development for highly pressurized AEL

WP3 focuses on the development, refurbishment and ...



Proof of concept (PoC) adaptation, operation and validation

Within WP4, the highly pressurized PEACE AEL is as...



Operation strategies and simulation

WP5 activities encompass numerical simulations of ...



Circularity, dissemination, exploitation and communication

The primary goal of WP6 is to promote the PEACE pr...


Clean Hydrogen Partnership

The project is supported by
the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and its members.

Co-Funded by the European Union

Co-funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or Clean Hydrogen Partnership. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.


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