Earlier this year, HEATSTACK was presented at the European Fuel Cell Forum 2018 (EFCF 2018) [...]Read more
Fuel cells have shown great promise for residential micro-Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) generation due to their high electrical efﬁciency and ability to run on conventional heating fuels. Technology leaders in this sector are nearing commercial deployment following extensive field trials but high capital costs remain a key challenge to the advancement of this sector and mass market introduction in Europe. The 36 month HEATSTACK project, funded through the FCH Joint Undertaking and Horizon 2020, focuses on reducing the cost of the two most expensive components within the fuel cell system; the fuel cell stack and heat exchanger, which together represent the majority of total system CAPEX.
HEATSTACK has featured at the Joint European Summer School 2018 on Fuel Cell, Electrolyser, and [...]Read more