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Impact of hydrogen impurities measured on PEMFC stacks in conditions representative of the automotive application

Abstract : Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC) technologies are considered as a promising and clean energy supply for both transportation and stationary applications. State of art components present performance enabling integration of tacks in actual systems and vehicles. However, several improvements are still needed to enable largescale competitive deployment such as better lifetime, lower cost, and overall upgraded reliability including tolerance to all conditions imposed by the applications such as the tolerance to impurities potentially present in the air or in the hydrogen.
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Sylvie Escribano, Laurent Jacqmin, Nicolas Mariage. Impact of hydrogen impurities measured on PEMFC stacks in conditions representative of the automotive application. EHEC 2022 - European Hydrogen Energy Conference 2022, May 2022, Madrid, Spain. Session other applications n°301. ⟨cea-03727395⟩

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