Case study: U.S. Navy trials Boeing solid oxide electrolyzer-fuel cell hybrid for energy storage at remote sites

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The U.S. Navy’s Engineering and Expeditionary Warfare Center (EXWC), located in Port Hueneme, California, tests and evaluates energy generation and storage technologies in order to accelerate technology deployment. The EXWC recently installed a "reversible" solid oxide fuel cell (...

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