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A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Power-to-X Technology Using Renewable Electricity and Carbon Dioxide from Ambient Air: SOLETAIR Proof-of-Concept and Improved Process Concept (2018)
Journal of CO2 utilization
Vidal Vázquez Francisco, Koponen Joonas, Ruuskanen Vesa, Bajamundi Cyril, Kosonen Antti, Simell Pekka, Ahola Jero, Frilund Christian, Elfving Jere, Reinikainen Matti, Heikkinen Niko, Kauppinen Juho, Piermartini Paolo
Power-to-X Technology Using Renewable Electricity and Carbon Dioxide from Ambient Air: SOLETAIR
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Potential for greenhouse gas emission reductions using surplus electricity in hydrogen, methane and methanol production via electrolysis (2017)
Energy Conversion and Management
Uusitalo Ville, Väisänen Sanni, Inkeri Eero, Soukka Risto
in terms of greenhouse gas emission reductions. All of the power-to-x options studied leadto greenhouse gas
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Trends in the global cement industry and opportunities for long-term sustainable CCU potential for Power-to-X (2019)
Journal of Cleaner Production
Farfan Javier, Fasihi Mahdi, Breyer Christian
for Power-to-X
A4 Conference proceedings
Considering power quality in energy efficiency of alkaline water electrolyzers (2018)
2018 20th European Conference on Power Electronics and Applications (EPE'18 ECCE Europe)
Koponen Joonas, Ruuskanen Vesa, Kosonen Antti, Niemelä Markku, Ahola Jero
power quality, efficiency, renewable energy systems, Power-to-X, Hydrogen, Energy consumption,
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Control and energy efficiency of PEM water electrolyzers in renewable energy systems (2017)
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Koponen Joonas, Kosonen Antti, Ruuskanen Vesa, Huoman Kimmo, Niemelä Markku, Ahola Jero
PEM electrolyzer, photovoltaic system, Power-to-X
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Effect of Converter Topology on the Specific Energy Consumption of Alkaline Water Electrolyzers (2018)
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics
Koponen Joonas, Ruuskanen Vesa, Kosonen Antti, Niemelä Markku, Ahola Jero

Water electrolysis will be used to produce renewable hydrogen for energy storage and Power-to-X

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