In late September, 27 partners gathered in Brussels to kick off the “ene.field” project. The project brings together 9 European micro fuel cell Combined Heat and Power (micro FC-CHP) manufacturers who will deliver trials across all of the available technologies.

By learning the practicalities of installing and supporting a fleet of fuel cells with real customers and with the support of 24 utilities, housing providers and municipalities, ene.field is a flagship partnership towards commercialisation of micro FC-CHP installations.

The project will deploy approximately 1,000 residential installations in 12 EU Member States, establish the macro-economics and CO2 savings of the technologies in the European markets, and assess the socio-economic barriers to widespread deployment of micro FC-CHP.

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