Europe must turn to existing hydrogen and fuel cell technology to ensure its energy security and reduce its dependence on politically unstable and carbon-intensive supplies, a conference has heard.
Elcogen will co-host an international seminar next week, discussing the role of fuel cells and hydrogen in Europe’s energy security.
A three-year project to develop a new generation of fuel cell stack has succeeded, heralding ‘remarkable’ efficiency from technology that is both low cost and designed for mass manufacture.
Elcogen’s market-leading technology has been showcased at the world’s most important solid oxide fuel cell conference, held recently in the United States.
Elcogen will supply its technology for a groundbreaking new project demonstrating how reversible solid oxide cells can be used in innovative clean energy storage systems.
Elcogen CEO Enn Õunpuu has presented the company’s leading solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology and its latest business activities during a recent European clean energy conference in Tallinn, Estonia.