Are you enthusiastic about a low carbon future? Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) are modular, vibration free and silent devices that offer high (50–60%) electrical efficiency with low emissions (CO2, NOx), no particulates and methane slip, and high-temperature residual heat, which improves biogas production through thermal pre-treatment of the substrate for anaerobic digestion. The SOFC produces more electric energy per unit of input energy than conventional technologies. As part of the DEMOSOFC project, we are investigating the barriers and drivers to adoption of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC ) in Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP).
The analysis from the survey will provide evidence to inform EU policy on biogas exploitation. The DEMOSOFC plant is the first example of a high-efficiency cogeneration plant in Europe with a medium size SOFC fed by biogas.

Please fill in this short survey to help our research. The survey closes on 30th September 2019.