Author: Fanny Pohontsch

Global spotlight on PtX technologies from Dresden

Fraunhofer IKTS transfers innovative high-temperature systems for climate protection to industry worldwide

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In the Paris Agreement on climate protection, the global community for the first time made a binding commitment under international law to ambitious climate protection targets. The countries involved want to work together to drive forward the global energy transition. This requires breakthrough technologies such as those that have been the focus of developments at Fraunhofer IKTS since the institute was founded in 1992. In particular, high-temperature electrolysis-based system chains, which, for example, produce hydrogen, synthetic fuels and fertilizers particularly efficiently from green electricity, air and water, are now about to make an evolutionary leap from the laboratory to international practical use.