Hydrogen production via steam electrolysis may involve less electrical energy consumption than conventional low temperature water electrolysis, reflecting the improved thermodynamics and kinetics at elevated temperatures. The present paper reports on the development of a one-dimensional dynamic model of a cathode-supported planar intermediate temperature solid oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) stack. The model, which consists of an electrochemical model, a mass balance, and four energy balances, is here employed to study the Chaussures Lv steady state behaviour of an SOEC stack at different current densities and temperatures. The simulations found that activation overpotentials provide the largest contributions to irreversible losses while concentration overpotentials remained negligible throughout the stack. For an average current Ceintures Louis Vuitton Ebay density of 7000 A m−2 and an inlet steam temperature of 1023 K, the predicted electrical energy consumption of the stack is around 3 kW h per Louis Vuitton Ceintures normal m3 of hydrogen, significantly smaller than those of low temperature stacks commercially available today. However, the dependence of the stack temperature distribution on the average current density calls for strict temperature control, especially during dynamic operation.