Power-to-X (PtX) is a collective term for technologies in which electricity is converted into hydrogen, synthetic gases, fuels or chemicals. The conversion process is called electrolysis. In this way green surplus electricity from wind turbines and solar panels can be converted into CO2-neutral fuels.
Increasingly, Denmark's renewable power output is surplus to consumption. This leads to a PtX market opening in 2025. DynElectro has a patented-method to economically convert this 'surplus' power to high value green fuels.
DynElectro makes solid oxide cell (SOC) based systems for energy conversion. The company is specialized in pressurized SOC systems, as well as electrolysis for power-to-X (P2X) and Power-to-gas (P2G) combined with frequency regulation for stabilization of the electricity grid.
The company also works with development of low-temperature SOC, redox stability, impedance spectroscopy, methods to impede Ni-migration, operation methods and designs to improve electrode sulfur tolerance and stack temperature profile.
DynElectro offers a unique method extending life expectancy of high-efficiency electrolysis (solid oxide cells) from 2 years up to 11 years. Further dynamic control is deployed to offset intermittent power with green fuel production.