Stationary applications for hydrogen fuel cell technologies was a key focus this morning as presentations continued in celebration of the first ever European Hydrogen Week, organised by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU).
Following on from a jam-packed agenda yesterday, the discussions around hydrogen and fuel cell technologies today continue, with many tuning in for day two of the five-day event.
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Antonio Aguilo Rullan, Project Officer at FCH JU, this morning centred the discussion, exploring how fuel cells are already providing clean heat and power for a number of end use applications.
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