The Norwegian mainstream newspaper Norway Aftenposten recently published a broad overview on Remote demo in Rye, focusing on the impact of the technology on local community daily life. One of the farmer involved gave an interview explaining how the project could be
A long overview on Demo Norway on the website Gemini. The scientific article, in norwegian, explains the operation and the strategic importance of the demo, which is the world’s first autonomous micro grid with hydrogen as energy storage. The article
Last 7 October the official inauguration of Demo Norway took place in Rye. It’s the world’s first autonomous micro grid with hydrogen as energy storage. The event was organized by the Norwegian Remote partner Sintef, in the presence of local
Whatch the full interview to Jesper Themsen, CEO of Ballard talking about fuel cells application in the Northern European environment of DEMO 4 in Norway.
Bernhard Kvaal, Head of Development at TronderEnergy enters into technical details of DEMO 4 functioning in Rye, Norway. Subscribe to #RemoteEUProject Youtube Channel to follow the project development.
While the DEMO 4 is starting its operations, an interview to PowiDian engineer Delphine Wagner, offers more details about the technology which is used in the Rye site.
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