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.
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,
The fourth edition of EFS– Energy Sustainability Conference- will be held in Turin, Italy from 24 to 26 July. Under the theme of “Designing a sustainable future”, the goal of the EfS 2019 Conference is to generate discussion on how
REMOTE is at EFCF 2019 held in Lucerne, Switzerland on July 2-5 2019. The oral presentation is for July 5 at 10.30 inside the “A13: Electrolyser & FC for Grid Balancing” session focusing on: “REMOTE project: techno-economical sizing of H2-based
A team of SINTEF researchers and professionals active in the development of the REMOTE Project take part to Dublin Euro Conference 2019, held in Ireland from June 23 to 26 2019. The focus of the conference is on operations research.
The second International Conference on Electrolysis is held in Loen, Norway on June 9-13 2019. Organised by Sintef, the conference hosts a presentation related to Remote project, made by Polito researcher Paolo Marocco who talks about “Optimal sizing of H2‐based
The 3rd Clean Energy for EU Islands Forum is an international event held in Stockholm on May 14-15 2019, that aims to open a discussion among island’s communities about the process of transition to clean energies. During the conference a
The first 2019 partner meeting is held at the Powidian headquarters in Versailles, France, on January 31 and February 1. Under discussion the developments of REMOTE in terms of technologies, installations of the demos and dissemination activities. Here’s few pics
Remote is part of the Consultation Forum for Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector Phase II which aims to probe how energy efficiency measures, renewable energy sources and technologies, could be more efficiently applied to the European defence