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Center of Hydrogen Research

Hydrogen Research at TU Graz and its Research Centers

For the past 50 years, TU Graz has been successfully researching in the fields of electrochemistry and hydrogen. The Center of Hydrogen Research in Graz combines the expertise of more than 160 scientists who conduct hydrogen research at the institutes and research centres of TU Graz in numerous fields of specialisation. Research is being carried out at a top European level and with a unique laboratory and research infrastructure, ranging from basic research to applied technologies and systemic aspects. All details are available on the websites of the involved institutions.

Involved Institutions

Hydrogen Center Austria (HyCentA)

Application-oriented R&D on electrolysis, storage technologies and fuel cells for industra, energy and mobility

Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology (CEET) at TU Graz

Electrochemistry and hydrogen lab, characterization and life cycle assessments of fuel cells and electrolysis cells, development of industrial hydrogen processes

Institute of Thermodynamics and Sustainable Propulsion Systems at TU Graz

Emmissions and immission, thermodynamics and electrochemistry

Institute of Thermal Engineering (IWT) at TU Graz

Research on high-temperature electrolysis and fuel cells, hydrogen burners for the industry, sustainable thermal engineering solutions

Large Engines Competence Center (LEC)

Sustainable energy and transport systems, maritime engine solutions

Bioenergy and Sustainable Technologies GmbH (BEST)

H2 from waste and residuals and utilization for high-quality products in chemical industry