HEATSTACK will be represented at the European Fuel Cell Forum 2018 (EFCF 2018) next month by project partners the University of Birmingham, who will have a poster published for this event. This poster will showcase some of the materials research, development and testing that has been carried out during HEATSTACK. University of Birmingham PhD researcher Kun Zhang will also attend the event and be our project’s representative.
The EFCF 2018 takes place from 3rd to 6th July and will focus on Solid Oxide Technologies: Fuel Cells (SOFC), Electrolysers (SOE) & Membrane Reactors (SOMR). The forum will be the largest European Event in this field, with participation from academia and industry. The technical programme will range from fundamental science and new materials, through cell, stack, and system development, to the latest results from commercial deployment. There are also topics covering manufacturing, lifetime, characterisation, modeling and optimisation. To find out more about the EFCF, you can visit the official website: https://www.efcf.com/