2021: updates and news on the partners activities POLITO: Domenico Ferrero TRONDERENERGY: Bernhard Kvaal BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS: Kristina Fløche Juelsgaard
REMOTE for the EU Sustainable Energy Week
3D motion video: how the REMOTE concept works and why we are interested in P2P systems?
2019: Partners presentation videos POLITO: Massimo Santarelli POLITO: Domenico Ferrero SINTEF: Kyrre Sundseth POWIDIAN: Delphine Wagner TRONDERENERGY: Bernhard Kvaal HORIZON SA: Stella Chatzigavriil BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS: Jesper Themsen IRIS: Manuel Lai ENEL GREEN POWER: Martina Ciani Bassetti ENGIE: Matteo Verdun
The Consortium strengthens its competence with three Spanish partners: Inycom, ITC e Capisa A new installation and a change in the design of the international Consortium are the focus of the news inside the REMOTE project. The EU funded project
A new publication has been developed in the framework of the Remote EU project. The authors Paolo Marocco, Domenico Ferrero, Andrea Lanzini and Massimo Santarelli have analysed different typologies of off-grid renewable power systems, involving batteries and hydrogen as means
A study of the techno-economic feasibility of H2-based energy storage systems in remote areas was illustrated in an article recently published on the scientific journal “Energy conversion and management”. The professors of Politecnico di Torino’ Steps Domenico Ferrero, Marta Gandiglio,
A new scientific article about REMOTE Project: the professors of Politecnico di Torino’ STEPS research group Paolo Marocco, Andrea Lanzini and Massimo Santarelli participated in the publication of another scientific article in the prestigious magazine Journal of Power Sources. The
The REMOTE project is experiencing huge changes in locations and developments particularly on DEMO 1 and DEMO 4. More information will come soon: stay tuned!
The professor of Politecnico di Torino’ STEPS research group Matteo Marinelli and Massimo Santarelli participated in the publication of an article on the Journal of Energy Storage, one of the most renowned scientific journal. The article focuses on one of