The HIAT develops and produces PEM Electrolyzer
up to 100 bar differential pressure. More Details
Where can I get high-performance CCMs for Electrolysis and fuel cell applications?
The HIAT develops and produces application-oriented
CCM's/ MEA's based on different membranes. More Details
How can you increase the performance of fuel cells?
The HIAT uses thin tissue - reinforced membranes for
the production of CCMs. More Details
How does the commercialization of the fuel cell technology succeed?
HIAT conducts research on cost-effective coating methods for fuel cells-
catalysts. More Details
Where and when does it make sense to use a fuel cell?
The HIAT prepares feasibility studies for technical and business
economic implementation of hydrogen technologies. More Details
Is the PEM electrolysis also without precious metal- catalysts possible?
The HIAT develops efficient platinum-free catalysts. More Details
How can research results be transferred into concrete applications?
The HIAT has various products within the framework of projects
for hydrogen and fuel cell technology. Mor Details
Welcome at the HIAT!
As an application-oriented operating non-profit research organisation the HIAT institute works with special focus on the research and development of fuel cell/ electrolysis cells and its core components. Since its inception, the institute was able to become know in the industry due to its consistent development activities. Several patents have already been developed and their content has successfully been marketed.
The HIAT meets the current quest for a sustainable energy supply. A focus of recent work on HIAT is the development of cost-effective electrolysis cells or systems which decompose water into its constituent hydrogen and oxygen with the help of electric power from renewable energy sources. Especially with regard to the introduced »Energiewende« efficient solutions for energy storage have a fundamental importance for the future energy supply and discharge of the networks.
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as well as Research and Development!
New research project: Cost-efficient and optimized Sealings for Electrolysis Applications