TU/e is a dynamic university in science and technology, integrating education and research. The TU/e strategy aims to find solutions to the global challenges of a sustainable world, the digital technological revolution and the impact of technology on society. Across its nine departments, the university enrolls more than 12,500 students and 1,400 PhD candidates. In its Eindhoven Institute for Renewable Energy Systems (EIRES) TU/e researchers from different departments jointly work on materials, processes and systems for energy storage and conversion to accelerate the energy transition.
TU/e and PEACE
The Sustainable Process Engineering group in the department of Chemical Engineering of the TU/e excels in setup and reactor design. It possesses both atmospheric and pressurized electrolysis setups for AEL and AEM electrolysis and employs 3D printing for the design of electrochemical reactors. The TU/e team is led by Thijs de Groot.
In WP2, TU/e conducts single cell testing at elevated pressures and temperatures to achieve optimal performance in terms of cell potential and gas crossover. TU/e will also actively participate in the WP6 dissemination activities.