Alkaline Electrolysis

The main function of the Alkaline Electrolysis Cell is to split water (which is co-captured with CO2 from the air) into hydrogen and oxygen. The current available projects are organized around the following key questions.

Key questions:

  • What is the best control strategy of the alkaline electrolysis unit.
  • Can we remove enough CO2 from the feedwater.
  • Is the flow geometry in the stack of sufficient quality?
  • What is the best strategy for safely operating the unit.
  • How to produce a low cost unit?

Join us!

We have projects for all backgrounds and levels (MBO, HBO, WO). Take the first step and receive personal consultation about projects that fit your background and interests.


Initial contact

Every internship is different and each educational institution requires a different approach. That’s why we start with an assesment of your background to see if there could be a match. It starts with sending us some info (like your CV, starting periode, etc).



After the initial assessment of the info you sent we start with the actual application stage where we plan interviews. In these interviews we discuss your application and give you additional info about ZEF and some specific assignments. If the meetings are positive we can go to the final stage.



If it’s a match it’s time to arrange all the formalities. In this stage we make sure that you have a project description which is approved by your educational institution and we make sure that everything is ready so that you have a great start at ZEF!