On 20-21 February 2013, the ene.field project, the largest demonstration of micro FC-CHP in Europe, held its second project meeting in Berlin.
The EU co-funded project by the Fuel Cell Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) will place 1,000 micro FC-CHP units in homes in Europe, is working closely with the Callux project - Germany’s biggest demonstration of fuel cell heating systems for domestic use – to exchange lessons learned.
Managing Director of NOW programme Dr Klaus Bonhoff, highlighted the opportunities for fuel cell technology in residential combined heat and power supply. “Ongoing field trials prove its technical aptitude, reliability and functionality as well as real CO2 savings,” he stressed.
The project consortium discussed the progress made so far and an opportunity for various industry stakeholders particularly utilities to get involved in the project. The ene.field partners will also take their project to the Hanover Fair (8-12 April) where they will be meeting the wider micro FC-CHP stakeholder group to discuss the project in further details.
Read here the full press release.