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 Date: June 26th 2014
Timeslot: 14:00 -15:00 CET

Japanese Fuel cell micro-CHP systems have successfully demonstrated that the fuel cell technology is ready. Various European boiler makers adopted Japanese fuel cell technology and intend to conquer the EU micro-CHP market. The question is: will the introduction of Japanese CF mCHP systems finaly jump-start the EU market? To answer this question, the Fuel Cell Expertise Network has asked leading experts to inform and discuss the latest developments during this webinar.


Wolter Veenhoven
Hastex International kk

CEO of Hastex International kk, Wolter Veenhoven will provide you with updates about the Japanese FC mCHP program ENE.Farm. Furthermore, he will gain insight into the latest technological and market developments of the major Japanese players, both in Japan and their plans for implementation of the Japanese technology in the EU. Which technological and market challenges will have to conquered to enable a successful deployment of Japanse FC’s in the EU.



Osamu Nishimura

After the successful demonstration of PEMFC in the Japanese ENE.Farm, small SOFC type fuel cells with an even higher efficiency are demonstrated. Osamu Nishimura is involved in the SOFC mCHP development at Aisin. He will give an update about this intriguing technology and will share his vision about the future role of SOFC mCHP in Japan and the EU and what we can expect from Aisin’s SOFC in the near future.


The setup is an interactive webinar. There will be ample opportunities to ask questions during the webinar. You can also send us your questions before the start of the webinar, which we will relay so the presenters might prepare an answer.


You need to register with us an participant to receive login details. Participation for this webinar is free of charge for members of FCEN. For other parties, the participation fee is €98.

Mail to  info@fuelcellnetwork.eu to register.

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