3 DEMOs supplied by renewable electricity will installed in either isolated micro-grids or off-grid remote areas.
REMOTE (Remote area Energy supply with Multiple Options for integrated hydrogen-based TEchnologies) is an EU-funded aimed to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of two fuel cells-based H2 energy storage solutions (one integrated P2P system, one nonintegrated P2G+G2P system). 3 DEMOs supplied by renewable electricity will installed in either isolated micro-grids or off-grid remote areas
3 DEMOs will be installed in isolated micro-grids and off-grid remote areas to guarantee the complete self-sustainability of the site without any need for fossil fuels.
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REMOTE - Remote area Energy supply with Multiple Options for integrated hydrogen-based TEchnologies - is a 4-year project (2018-2020) with a budget of EUR 6.76 million, granted EUR 4.99 million under the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme. The project coordinated by Politecnico di Torino has the following partners: Ballard Power Systems Europe (DK), Hydrogenics Europe (BE), Powidian (FR), Enel Green Power (IT), Orizwn Anonymh Techniki Etaireia (EL), IRIS (IT), Tronderenergi (NO), EPS ELVI Energy (IT), SINTEF (NO), Ethniko Kentro Erevnas Kai Technologikis Anaptyxis (EL).