The recently developed rechargeable solid oxide metal-air redox battery has shown a great potential for applications in mid- to large-scale stationary energy storage. Cyclic durability is one of the most important requirements for stationary energy storage. In this study, we report the cyclic durability of a solid oxide Fe-air redox battery operated at 650◦C. The battery was continuously cycled 100 times under a current density of 50 mA/cm2 with rather flat performance, producing an average specific energy of 760 Wh/kg-Fe at a round-trip efficiency of 55.5%. The post-test examination indicated that the performance losses could arise from the fuel-electrode of the battery.
Published in Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Volume 160, Issue 10, 2013, pages A1716-A1719.
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Zhao, X., Gong, Y., Li, X., Xu, N., & Huang, K. (2013). Cyclic Durability of a Solid Oxide Fe-Air Redox Battery Operated at 650°C. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 160 (10), A1716 - A1719. http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/2.048310jes