Markus Munch, senior product manager of Sunfire, gives updates about the first SOFC installations within the Comsos project in Taiwan and Austria.
The Comsos project was presented at the virtual edition of the 46th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites. The focus of Prof. Massimo Santarelli‘ academic contribution to the discussion was on “SOFC systems for commercial sector (COMSOS
A survey on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells is the project’ tool choosen to validate the perception on the ComSos objectives. The goal is collecting opinions in order to understand the awarness on this technology. The survey is available in italian
The Comsos report “SOFC in commercial sector – Business case analysis” has an addition in the 4th deliverable of Comsos project: the document “Business case analysis for the modular installation of size > 50 kW per unit” will discuss the
Sunfire GmbH develops and manufactures systems for renewable industrial gas and fuel production. As COMSOS partner, Katja Mattner and Markus Much explains the role and the impact of Sunfire in the EU Project.
Prof. Massimo Santarelli and Eng. Marta Gandiglio bring the academic perspective in the ComSos project thanks to the role played by Politecnico di Torino.
Understanding the process to better comprehend the ComSos project. Here’s the infographic to help.
A brand new ComSos website is online with general information about the project. More informations and developments will follow with news about demo locations and live data on energy production efficiency. Stay tuned at www.comsos.eu to discover the key advantages of
The engines are warming for the start-up of Comsos the EU funded project aimed to develop, test and distribute a small size fuel cell system – SOFC – in order to demonstrate the efficiency of fuel cell based technology for small and medium