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Jeff Stevenson on solid oxide fuel cells

Published on March 18th, 2010 | By: pwray@ceramics.org

Jeff Stevenson is a Laboratory Fellow in the Energy Materials Group at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, and has been working on SOFCs for more than a decade. This video, shot at the recent ICACC’10 conference
in Daytona Beach, Fla., provides some history on the development of
these fuel cells, and discusses some of the remaining science and
manufacturing challenges that are hindering their widespread
commercialization.

 

Stevenson also discusses some of the work being done by the Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance,
a government-industry collaboration, that is working on methods to
employ SOFCs that can make cleaner use of coal and other fossil fuels
for energy generation, and describes some of the “early adopters” of
SOFC systems, such as systems being used for auxiliary power units (APUs) used by some tractor-trailer operators.

 

Besides working at PNNL, Stevenson serves as an associate editor of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society and reviews and edits manuscripts in the field of SOFCs.

 

7 minutes.

 

 


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