The ene.field project is co-funded by the European Commission’s Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU), and brings together 26 partners, among whom are the 9 European manufactures that will make the products available across 12 EU Member States. It will deploy up to 1,000 residential fuel cell Combined Heat and Power (micro-CHP) installations, across 12 Member States. It represents a step change in the volume of fuel cell micro-CHP (micro FC-CHP) deployment in Europe and a meaningful step towards commercialisation of the technology.
The ene.field partners will take their project to the Hannover Fair (8-12 April) where they will be meeting the wider micro FC-CHP stakeholder group to discuss the project in more detail.
ene.field will be present at the FCH JU booth (number C56) and there will be two presentations of the project, the 8th adn the 10th during the EU Day.
ene.field programme at the Hannover Fair
- Monday 8 April at 15.00hs: Podium Discussion
Location: Public Forum
How Do We Get Government and Industry to Bring New European Technologies to Market?
o BAXI INNOTECH, Guido Gummert, Managing Director
o British Gas, Adrian Richardson, Head of Microgeneration
o FCH JU, Bert de Colvenaer, Executive Director
- Wednesday 10 April at 14.20hs: EU Day – Panel Discussion
Location: Technical Forum
Smart Grid (Including Stationary Applications and Off Grid)
o Eva Ravn Nielsen, DTU Energy Conversion, ene.field project partner