On November 19th, industry and stakeholders from the energy sector launched the Joint Declaration on Stationary Fuel Cells for Green Buildings to draw attention to the tremendous potential of stationary fuel cells to decarbonise the buildings sector. The signatories acknowledge
Enjoy the video with data and figures on cogeneration impact in the EU energy system, promoted by Cogen Europe.
Prof. Massimo Santarelli and Eng. Marta Gandiglio bring the academic perspective in the ComSos project thanks to the role played by Politecnico di Torino.
During the ComSos partner meeting of April 11 2019, we asked attendants to explain the role played in the project, presenting their institutions and companies. Jari Kiviaho, ComSos Coordinator tells us more about VTT role in the project.
On Thursday June 18 from 12.00 to 15.30 ComSos is part of the seminar “Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in Buildings: Integrating Electricity, Heat and Gas for a Decarbonised Future Energy System“. The event is organised by COGEN Europe within the
The partner meeting focused on communication and dissemination activities was held at the Energy Center of Politecnico di Torino on April 11 2019. Partners met together to build up a common view on project’s story telling based on developments, installations
The strong ComSos’ partners competences are now in Japan with a presentation by Solid Power speaker, Olivier Bucheli busy at FC-4 Spread and Development of ENE-FARM and Residential Fuel Cells session during the 2019 edition of FCExpo. Thank you to
ComSos is part of FC Expo, the international exhibition focused on fuel cell and hydrogen technologies which takes place in Japan from February 27 to March the 1st. Partners VTT, Convion, SunFire, Solid Power participate with their products while the project
The EU-funded project aims to install 25 high efficiency and zero emissions Solid Oxide Fuel Cell systems in the commercial and business sector Worries about climate change, warmer average temperatures and international campaigns about environmental issues, from ocean’s plastic pollution