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    DynElectro: Pioneering Power-to-X energy solutions for a zero-carbon future

    DynElectro is an innovation firm accelerating Power-to-X energy solutions. Through its patent-pending technologies and strategic partnerships, the company is at the forefront of bringing clean and efficient energy to the market.

    DynElectro is a Denmark based company innovating and developing Power-to-X (PtX) energy solutions and helping to deliver zero-carbon products.

    Increasingly, Denmark’s renewable power output is surplus to consumption, which has resulted in a PtX market opening in 2025. DynElectro has a patented method to economically convert this ‘surplus’ power to high value green fuels.

    DynElectro produces solid oxide cell (SOC) based systems for energy conversion and specialises in pressurised SOC systems, as well as electrolysis for PtX.

    Reducing costs by improving conversion efficiency

    The cost of e-fuels needs to decrease. Operating expenditure dominates the cost of developing e-fuels. As electricity comprises up to 90% of the operating expenditure, improving conversion efficiency can significantly reduce cost.

    DynElectro can reduce the cost of green hydrogen up to 15% by improving the performance of high-temperature electrolysis using a new patent-pending operational technique. The company’s solution is better than current practices (within high-temperature electrolysis), as it can: (i) improve lifetime of the electrolyser stacks by up to 5x, (ii) improve feed stock impurity tolerance, (iii) enable dynamic operation to manage fluctuating power and (iv) deliver a simplified system with (v) reduced footprint due to larger module size.

    NOTE: The high-temperature (solid oxide) electrolysis systems have an efficiency of over 80%, which means it is up to 30% more efficient than, for example, PEM or alkaline electrolysis systems.


    • High temperature (solid-oxide) electrolysis;
    • Power-to-X technology;
    • Electro-thermal balanced operations; and
    • Co-creation with industrial partners.


    • Efficiency within cell manufacturing.

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