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Manuscript deadline
31 August 2021

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International Journal of Green Energy

Special Issue Editor(s)

Yixiang Shi, Tsinghua University
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Meng Ni, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
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martin Andersson, Lund University
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Michihisa Koyama, Shinshu University
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Yuqing Wang, Beijing Institute of Technology
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Energy conversion and storage based on solid oxide cells

Solid oxide cells (SOCs) are clean and efficient energy conversion devices which can directly convert chemical energy to electricity in fuel cell mode and store electricity in the form of fuels in electrolysis mode. Through several decades of research and development, solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) have shown great potentials in applications for distributed power generation, stationary and mobile sectors. Recently, the reverse operation of SOFCs, namely solid oxide electrolysis cells (SOECs), is also attracting great interest in the field of energy storage, especially for the storage of renewable energy by turning CO2 and H2O into fuels and value-added chemicals. Research in SOCs is becoming increasingly important for an environmentally friendly and sustainable future.

This Special Issue will focus on a broad field related to SOCs, from novel material development, cell/stack demonstration to system analysis. The specific topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Novel electrode and electrolyte developments for solid oxide cells
  • Design, test and demonstration of single cell/stack/system
  • Multi-scale modelling of solid oxide cells
  • SOC degradation mechanisms
  • SOC-based energy system design and analysis

Contributions in the broad area of SOFCs/SOECs are invited for this Special Issue. Share your research for a broad dissemination. The ultimate objective of this special issue is to highlight the latest developments, challenges, and perspectives in the area of solid oxide cells.

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