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Feb 21 2020

HEATSTACK – webinar on project achievements & results

Environmental concerns are frequently in the news, with sustainable energy being a key topic in addressing these.

HEATSTACK puts the spotlight on clean energy supply through fuel cell system development. If this interests you, then you can’t miss the upcoming webinar about HEATSTACK’s achievements and results!

HEATSTACK is a 45-month project, funded through the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU) and Horizon 2020 (the EU’s flagship innovation programme), that 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. More information on HEATSTACK is on the About page of the project website.

You will have the opportunity to learn about key achievements and results of HEATSTACK and the project partners. The focus will be on project coordinator Senior Flexonics Crumlin, their sister company Senior Flexonics Olomouc, and the University of Birmingham. A summary related to the other partners – Sunfire, ICI Caldaie and Vaillant – will also be presented. To find out more about these organisations, you can visit the Partners page of the HEATSTACK website.

During the webinar, which will last approximately 1 hour, you will have an opportunity to chat with Charlie Penny from Senior Flexonics and Kun Zhang from the University of Birmingham.

When: 27th of February, at 11:00 GMT / 12:00 CET

How: GoToMeeting

To register for this webinar, please use our Eventbrite listing:

***UPDATE (March 2020)***

The presentation from the webinar is now available in our Public Materials section.

If you missed the webinar but would like to listen to it, please contact us and we will provide you with a link to the webinar recording.


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

EU logoThis 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, Hydrogen Europe and Hydrogen Europe Research.