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EU prospects fuel cell CHP

The last years have been exciting for the EU energy market. Decentralized energy is becoming much more popular with high energy prices, nuclear capacity being phased out, extreme growth of solarPV and the need for flexible capacity and the development of local smart grids. Home owners are also looking for new ways to decrease energy costs and improve the energy label of their homes. Fuel Cell CHP is perfect as a plug & play device with unmatched conversion efficiencies, even above 60% electrical efficiency.

Fuel cell CHP has got great momentum. Nowadays, fuel cell technology has started developing towards a mature form. Demonstration projects are providing useful insights for further market development. Japan has installed over 20,000 fuel cell mCHP units in large scale demonstration programs. Many technology developers are close to making big steps on the cost curve. Some manufacturers claim to have a commercial product next year! What can you expect from Fuel Cells CHP?

The 3rd Fuel Cell event ‘EU Prospects Fuel Cell CHP’ on Tuesday 27 November 2012 aims to gain insight into the opportunities for FC CHP in the North-Western European market, practical results, developments and potential threats. The event will be attended by energy companies, network companies, boiler makers, fuel cell manufacturers, policy makers and other front runners in the world of energy.

A  panel of expert international speakers with various backgrounds will share their opinion regarding themes below:
–          How fast will fuel cells develop?
–          Results from demonstration projects
–          Fuel Cell CHP Policy in the EU
–          Markets opportunities for Fuel Cells

You are invited to join this event by returning the application form.

Click here to find the draft program. A final program will be made available at the beginning of July.

We hope to see you on the 27th of November. If you have any questions regarding this event, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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