January 27th (Friday) AndTech “Latest technology development, evaluation, analysis, and future prospects for high-efficiency water electrolysis using solid electrolyte polymer membranes for green hydrogen production” WEB online Zoom seminar course

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January 27th (Friday) AndTech “Latest technology development, evaluation, analysis, and future prospects for high-efficiency water electrolysis using solid electrolyte polymer membranes for green hydrogen production” WEB online Zoom seminar course will be held Mr. Koichi Matsuzawa of Yokohama National University, Mr. Kosuke Kadokura of AGC Corporation, Mr. Koichi Izumiya of Hitachi Zosen Corporation, and Mr. Kensuke Nishioka of National University Corporation Miyazaki University will give a lecture.

AndTech Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, President: Masao Suyama, hereinafter AndTech) has launched a first We will hold a lecture on “Solid polymer water electrolysis” consisting of lecturers.
In this course, you can learn about the development of the latest technology for high-efficiency water electrolysis using solid electrolyte polymer membranes for green hydrogen production. This course is scheduled to start on January 27, 2023.
Details: https://andtech.co.jp/seminar_detail/?id=11355
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Live distribution / WEB seminar workshop overview
Theme: State-of-the-art technology development, evaluation, analysis, and future prospects for high-efficiency water electrolysis using solid electrolyte polymer membranes for green hydrogen production Date: Friday, January 27, 2023 10:30-16:45
Participation fee: 55,000 yen (tax included) *Materials will be distributed electronically
URL: https://andtech.co.jp/seminar_detail/?id=11355
Web distribution format: Zoom (URL will be sent after application) Seminar course content structure
ーProgram・Lecturerー
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Part 1 Current status, issues and prospects of water electrolysis centering on solid polymer water electrolysis
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Lecturer: Koichi Matsuzawa, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Yokohama National University
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Part 2 Development of ion-exchange membrane for PEM type water electrolysis ∽∽────────────────────────∽∽
Lecturer: Mr. Kosuke Kadokura, Group Leader, Hydrogen and Energy Materials Development Group, Market Strategy Office, Planning Department, Chemicals Company, AGC Inc.
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Part 3: Problems of solid polymer type water electrolysis equipment ∽∽────────────────────────∽∽
Lecturer: Mr. Koichi Izumiya, PtG Group Manager, Electrolysis & PtG Business Unit, Decarbonization Business Division, Hitachi Zosen Corporation
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Part 4 Investigation of Degradation Mechanisms Caused by Impurities in Highly Efficient Hydrogen Generation from Renewable Energy and Polymer Electrolyte
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Lecturer: Kensuke Nishioka, Professor, Professor, Faculty of Engineering Education and Research, University of Miyazaki, Director, Environmental and Energy Engineering Research Center
Knowledge that can be learned in this seminar and technical problems that can be solved
Basic knowledge and trends in electrochemical devices, water electrolysis, hydrogen, hydrogen production, green hydrogen, and electrode catalysts
Basic knowledge of PEM-type water electrolysis, properties of ion-exchange membrane required for PEM-type water electrolysis Fundamentals and Applications of Photovoltaics
Generation of hydrogen using renewable energy
Degradation Mechanism and Recovery Method of Solid Polymer Water Electrolysis Use of renewable energy in collaboration with local industries ・Power to Gas technology for renewable energy storage
・Green hydrogen production technology from renewable energy ・Solid polymer water electrolysis
・CO2 recycling technology ・Methanation
Attendance format of this seminar
It will be a live distribution seminar using the web conferencing tool “Zoom”. Details will be provided after application.
About AndTech Co., Ltd.
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E-mail address: pr●andtech.co.jp (please change ● to @ when contacting us) All items in the program below (please see if you are interested in details) Lecture 1 Current status, issues and prospects of water electrolysis centering on solid polymer water electrolysis
[Purpose of the lecture]
Hydrogen is attracting a great deal of attention in the “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) advocated by the United Nations and carbon neutrality by 2050. Furthermore, in recent years, various names have been given to hydrogen, such as gray, blue, and green. Among them, we focused on “green hydrogen” (= hydrogen that does not emit CO2 in the manufacturing process), which is expected to be a trump card for future CO2 reduction, and water electrolysis, which plays the core of its production, their principles, features, Introduce trends and outlook.
[Lecture program]
1. Introduction – Global Warming, SDGs and Universities
2. hydrogen, green hydrogen, hydrogen supply chain
3. Relationship between hydrogen production method and CO2
4. Hydrogen production, water electrolysis, alkaline water
electrolysis, solid polymer water electrolysis
5. Solid polymer water electrolysis and electrode catalyst
6. New electrocatalyst development technology suitable for green hydrogen production
【Question-and-answer session】
Lecture 2 Development of ion-exchange membrane for PEM type water electrolysis [Purpose of the lecture]
We will introduce the latest development status of AGC while understanding the characteristics of ion exchange membranes required for PEM type water electrolysis.
[Lecture program]
1. Introduction of AGC’s ion-exchange membrane-related business 2. PEM type water electrolysis
2-1: What is PEM type water electrolysis?
2-2: Features of PEM type water electrolysis
2-3: Characteristics required for ion-exchange membranes for PEM type electrolysis
3. Fluorinated ion exchange membrane
3-1: Characteristics and structure of fluorinated ion exchange membranes 3-2: Parameters Characterizing Ion Exchange Membrane-
4. Latest development status of ion exchange membrane for PEM type water electrolysis
4-1: Effect of membrane reinforcement
4-2: Voltage performance evaluation
4-3: Chemical durability evaluation
【Question-and-answer session】
Lecture 3: Problems with solid polymer type water electrolysis equipment [Purpose of the lecture]
In order to realize a carbon-neutral society, it is necessary to switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy. In this lecture, we will explain the carbon cycle technology for the storage, transportation, and utilization of renewable energy surplus electricity and the effective use of CO2. Solid polymer water electrolysis technology that produces green hydrogen from renewable energy, and methanation technology that reacts CO2 recovered from industrial facilities with green hydrogen and converts it into methane fuel that can be applied to existing infrastructure. We will introduce the technology development and demonstration efforts from the present to the present, as well as future developments.
[Lecture program]
1. Introduction
1-1 carbon neutral
1-2 Problems in conversion from fossil fuels to renewable energy 2. What is Power to Gas
2-1 Power to Gas as an electricity storage technology
2-2 Global CO2 recycling
2-3 Main constituent technologies of Power to Gas
2-3-2 Water electrolysis
2-3-3 Methanation
3. Green hydrogen production technology from renewable energy 3-1 Overview of solid polymer water electrolysis technology
3-2 Efforts to develop solid polymer water electrolyzer at Hitachi Zosen 3-3 Application example of solid polymer water electrolyzer
3-4 Issues and prospects for solid polymer water electrolysis equipment 4. CO2 methanation technology using green hydrogen
4-1 Outline of methanation catalyst and process
4-2 Methanation development efforts at Hitachi Zosen
4-3 Demonstration example of methanation
4-4 Issues and prospects for methanation technology
5. the next deployment
【Question-and-answer session】
【Question-and-answer session】
Lecture 4: Highly efficient hydrogen generation from renewable energy and investigation of deterioration mechanism caused by impurities in solid polymer type water electrolysis device
[Purpose of the lecture]
In recent years, the introduction of solar power generation is progressing. Renewable energy can be stored by using photovoltaic power to electrolyze water to produce hydrogen. In this course, we will explain the basics and applications of solar power generation and the generation of hydrogen and methane using renewable energy. In order to be environmentally sustainable, it must also be economically sustainable.
[Lecture program]
1. Solar-derived hydrogen production
1.1 Hydrogen production using sunlight
1.2 Photovoltaic power generation
1.3 Hydrogen production by water electrolysis
2. Degradation Mechanism and Impurity Removal of Solid Polymer Water Electrolyzer
2.1 Degradation mechanism
2.2 Impurity removal
3. Utilization of solar-derived hydrogen
3.1 Hydrogen demand
3.2 Methane production from solar-derived hydrogen
【Question-and-answer session】
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