In Rye, Norway, the power-to-power plant will produce and store renewable energy with the use of hydrogen REMOTE (Remote area Energy supply with Multiple Options for integrated hydrogen-based TEchnologies) is an EU-funded project coordinated by Torino Polytechnic, aimed to demonstrate
The North Europe demonstration site is ready to start in Rye, Norway. This week the fuel cell container and the hydrogen tank have been delivered by Powidian. The system will produce energy from the local wind turbines, which will be
FCH JU review days are held in Bruxelles on November 18th and 19th 2019. REMOTE is part of the event in the session Fuel Cell Applications for Energy, trials and deployment, with a presentation about the project developments by Prof.
The tecno-economical analysis is developed by Politecnico di Torino researchers. The objective is to reach a sustainable goal in terms of economic and environmental impact. Post Doctoral Research Fellow Domenico Ferrero, Politecnico di Torino, explains how:
FCHJU Awards 2019 edition, has selected REMOTE among the Best Success Story in the “Supporting renewable energy in remote locations” section of the prize. You can vote to support the project and share through your social media profiles asking to
On July 2019, POLITO took part to the European Fuel Cell Forum in Lucerne, Switzerland presenting first results on the techno-economic analysis of hydrogen-based energy storage systems in remote areas. Furthermore, REMOTE was also part of the EFCF related event,
Senior researcher Kyrre Sundseth explains the role of SINTEF Industry in the project’ economic assessment.
A news article in Norvegian language, focusing on REMOTE positive effects on small isolated areas in terms of environmental and social impact. Hydrogenanlegg skal gjøre whisky-øya Myken selvforsynt med strøm
The BallardEurope fuel cell system for the REMOTE project DEMO 4, currently located in Tours (France) at the Powidian premises for assembling and testing, has started producing its first kWh in these days! The power-to-power system for the DEMO 4,
A short video interview focuses on the partner’s perspective over the REMOTE projects. Here’s Prof Santarelli, from Politecnico di Torino, with an overview about the role played by the STEPS Research Group.