News and Events

Mar 29 2019

Hannover Messe 2019

HEATSTACK project partner Sunfire is exhibiting at Hannover Messe next week with HEASTACK included on Sunfire’s booth. HEATSTACK will be represented by Charlie Penny and Luke Selway of project coordinator Senior Flexonics. Visitors to Sunfire’s stand will be able to discuss the project with Charlie and Luke, as well as engage with Sunfire’s team.

Senior Flexonics is part of Senior PLC, an international, market-leading, engineering solutions provider that designs, manufactures and markets high technology components and systems for the worldwide energy markets, aerospace, land vehicles and defence. Sunfire develops and produces high-temperature fuel cell (SOFC) and electrolyser (SOEC) systems. You can find out more about both partners by clicking here.

Hannover Messe is Europe’s largest hydrogen, fuel cells and battery exhibition – a world leading event in this area that is expected to attract over 200,000 visitors!

Sunfire’s booth is at location D46 in Hall 27. To find out more about Sunfire’s participation, which also includes participation in the Technical Forum and Public Forum, you can visit the official Hannover Messe website: https://www.h2fc-fair.com/hm19/exhibitors/sunfire.html

HEATSTACK’s new project brochure, which covers achievements in years 2 and 3, will make its first public appearance at this event and is available in the Public Materials section of this website.

UPDATE – April 2019:
HEATSTACK was presented at Hannover Messe 2019 by project coordinator Senior Flexonics (UK) and project partner Sunfire (Germany). Here are a selection of photos showing Charlie Penny and Luke Selway (both Senior Flexonics) and Tobias Seidel (Sunfire) engaging with visitors to Sunfire’s stand about HEATSTACK. On the table, you can see our new brochure and some of our technology!

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PROJECT PARTNERS

  • Senior Flexonics
  • Vaillant
  • University of Birmingham
  • ICI Caldaie
  • PNO Consultants UK
  • Sunfire

This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 700564. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Hydrogen Europe and N.ERGHY