Jens Oluf Jensen

Jens Oluf Jensen

Professor

DTU ENERGY
Department of Energy Conversion and Storage

Technical University of Denmark

Fysikvej

Building 310, room 342

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2020
2017
Geneva
24 NOV

GMI11 Save-the-date

GMI11 will be held in Geneva, Switzerland, 16-18 May 2018.

Cabo San Lucas
27 OCT

GMI10 Final Report

The GMI10 Final Report is now available

1st International Conference on Electrolysis at DTU
03 JUL

Overwhelming success for Electrolysis conference in the research community

Successful DTU conference on electrolysis gave researchers and the industry an international forum to exchange and share information and ideas on research, development and commerciality of electrolysis.

Energy Fuel cells Energy efficiency Energy storage Energy production Electrochemistry
1st International Conference on Electrolysis at DTU
13 JUN

ICE2017: Electrolysis is becoming big business

The announcement of the largest power-to-gas facility in history to be built in France was one of todays many highlights at the 1st International Conference on Electrolysis (ICE2017), that is taking place in Copenhagen this week.

Energy Energy storage Energy production Energy systems Electrochemistry
12 JUN

The world's first conference on electrolysis is held in Denmark

DTU is hosting the world's first conference on electrolysis for energy purposes, the 1st International Conference on Electrolysis (ICE) this week at Axelborg in Copenhagen. More than 200 international researchers and industrial representatives will be attending.

Energy Energy storage Energy production Electrochemistry
2016
Rome, Italy
14 DEC

GMI9 Final Report

The GMI9 Final Report is now available

06 DEC

DTU sets new record with extremely low degradation rate in fuel cells

DTU Energy, the clean technology company Danish Power Systems and partners have attained the best operating stability of high temperature polymer fuel cells ever seen

Energy Fuel cells Electrochemistry