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Pathway to a Competitive European FC mCHP market

Deliverables

High-level declaration on FC m-CHP

Analysis of MS successful policy approaches.

Analysis of the potential for FC mCHP and other renewable technologies to act as a VPP through the provision of demand response services

The final report will draw on the conclusions from learnings generated and experiences acquired by past projects, following a review of existing studies and projects looking at the potential for FC mCHP and other renewable technologies to act as a VPP through the provision of demand response services.

Report 1 on training and certification

Report 1 on training and certification

Report 1 on customer attitudes to mCHP installations, PU

Report on customer attitudes to mCHP installations.

Report on technical opportunities for standardisation

Report on technical opportunities for standardisation.

Report on the lessons learned in setting up the servicing and after sales support

Report on the lessons learned in setting up the servicing and after sales support.

Website available/twitter and LinkedIn feed

Website available/twitter and LinkedIn feed.

Standard communications materials available

Standard communications materials available.

VPP session within European Grid Service Markets Symposium 2019

"PACE is will be present with a specific VPP Workshop on ""Virtual Power Plant - Experiences and Solutions with New Technologies"" (work title), bringing together the specialists from the FCH mCHP industry and the electrical grids / markets. From that an exchange and new ideas for fostering the introduction of the FCH technology is expected."

New and updated communication material RP3

New and updated communication material

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Publications

Status on Demonstration of Fuel Cell Based Micro‐CHP Units in Europe

Author(s): E. R. Nielsen, C. B. Prag, T. M. Bachmann, F. Carnicelli, E. Boyd, I. Walker, L. Ruf, A. Stephens
Published in: Fuel Cells, Issue Volume 19, 2019, Page(s) 340-345, ISSN 1615-6846
DOI: 10.1002/fuce.201800189