Group contact for the project Lars N. Cleemann
The companies Danish Power Systems and Serenergy, both of Denmark, are devoted to develop and demonstrate a fuel cell system for the production of electricity and heat based entirely on Danish technology. The companies are collaborating with The Technical University of Denmark and Aalborg University. The consortium is world leading in the field.
The outcome of the project will be development of the fuel cell parts and demonstration of 5 kilowatt fuel cell modules that can easily be assembled for use in stand-alone energy supply, for example to replace small electrical generators using diesel or gasoline as fuel. The modules in the project will be using methanol (wood alcohol) as fuel, as this is easy to transport and store, environmentally friendly and saves CO2. For a successful project the result will be substantial savings for the Danish and international societies and the formation of many new jobs.
The project is funded by
Danish Energy Agency
Energiteknologisk Udviklings- og Demonstrationsprogram, EUDP