SolydEra enables the energy transition.
Everything is about solid oxide technology at SolydEra.
SolydEra combines the individual cells into stacks, fuel cell modules and large stack modules for various applications. The technology – engineered, crafted, and put into function by SolydEra’s teams of experts and innovative researchers, specialists, and system engineers – is the basis for powerful current and future energy solutions. Our clients use our stacks to generate electricity and heat, in fuel cell mode or to produce hydrogen while in electrolyser mode. The stacks are reversible.
SolydEra’s technology solutions have proven to be the most efficient and flexibly applicable.
The key advantage of SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cell) is to convert various types of gas into electricity and heat. This guarantees fully reliable and continuous energy supply, especially with volatile renewable sources.
As the world aims to decarbonize, and to be more independent from foreign supply chains, other great strengths of SolydEra’s technology come to bear: the use for hydrogen production and for flexible energy storage by SOE (Solid Oxide Electrolysis).
From Waste to Value – SolydEra joins the Swiss “Green Energy Hub”
Pergine Valsugana (Italy) December 11th 2023 – SolydEra’s high-temperature Electrolysis is in high demand. SolydEra has now joined the Swiss “Green Energy Hub” project and will contribute its high-tech Solid-Oxide Electrolysis Module, which recently succeeded in a feasibility testing at OST Rapperswil, CH. The project aims at increasing the resilience of the Swiss energy system at times of peak demand. It also aims at a more efficient use of waste incineration plants, which are today producing electricity and heat with an energy loss of about 35 percent.
Energy Globe Award 2023
Pergine Valsugana (Italy) November 03rd 2023 – The European project SWITCH has won the Energy Globe Award 2023 for Italy. The renowned sustainability award was presented yesterday afternoon by the Austrian Commercial Consul, Christoph Plank, to the director of FBK’s Sustainable Energy Centre, Luigi Crema, and the project coordinator, Matteo Testi.
SolydEra boosts Global Energy Transition with cooperation with KBR
Pergine Valsugana (Italy) October 04th 2023 – SolydEra has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with KBR, to offer an integrated solution for producing lower cost clean ammonia using renewable energy.
SolydEra and Convion to jointly address growth in fuel-cell and hydrogen markets
Pergine Valsugana (Italy) and Espoo (Finland), September 25th 2023