Remote is part of a broad communication project of the Italian Representative of the European Commission called “The Future’s Research” – La Ricerca del Futuro – focused on the european actions in the field of climate change and environmental protection.
Finally together again for the first post-pandemic partner meeting, taking place on june 6 – 9 2022 in Agkistro (Greece). The small village is the location where Orizon and Certh manage the operations of DEMO Greece. A real energy park,
Is Bernhard Kvaal, head of development at TrønderEnergi the professional expert awarded by the hydrogen prize 2021. The prize is the answer to the successe of DEMO Norway, settled in Rye, whose results were presented on october 7, 2021. Hydrogenprisen
Energy Storage Systems are required to address the fluctuating behaviour of variable renewable energy sources. The environmental sustainability of energy storage technologies should be carefully assessed, together with their techno-economic feasibility. In this work made by David Bionaz, Paolo Marocco,
They talk about Remote Project. The website Open Access Government dedicated an article to the project and the three demos. The author is the professor of Politecnico di Torino Massimo Santarelli who focuses on the role of green hydrogen. Open
The section of the website dedicated to the deliverables of the project has been updated, also with the latest one, concerning the general indications about the engineering and permitting procedures of H2-based energy storage systems. Take a look here!
The optimal design of off-grid hybrid renewable energy systems (HRESs) is a challenging task, which often involves conflicting goals to be faced. In this work made by Paolo Marocco, Domenico Ferrero, Andrea Lanzini and Massimo Santarelli, levelized cost of energy
Technical advancements in REMOTE, the Ballard perspective. “The need of energy in Demo Norway area – declared Kristina Floche Juelsgaard, manager of Ballard – is growing in these months in island, in off-shores sites and in industrial sites”.
The optimal sizing of stand-alone renewable H2-based microgrids requires the load demand to be reliably satisfied by means of local renewable energy supported by a hybrid battery/hydrogen storage unit, while minimizing the system costs. However, this task is challenging because
The new demo sites, in Canary Island, brings new challanges to REMOTE after the success of the Demo Norway and Demo Greece. In Rye the electrolyser completed the installation with great satisfaction of the final users. And now, the focus