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The Integration and Demonstration of Large Stationary Fuel Cell Systems for Distributed Generation
Call for proposals:
Stationary power production and CHP
High Level Objectives:
- The development and construction of a large scale fuel cell system, developed and purpose-built for the European market.
- The validation of the technical and economic readiness of the fuel cell system at megawatt scale.
- The field demonstration and development of megawatt scale system at a European chemical production plant, running on by-product hydrogen.
Achievements to date
The project has begun development to accommodate the on-site conditions and necessary implementation, however actual installation has not yet started.
- To reduce the volume of flared or vented to atmosphere hydrogen by 246.4 tonnes per annum.
- Reduce carbon emission by offsetting fossil fuel generated grid electricity
- Reduce demand for centrally generated electricity
- Demonstrate the deployment of a 1MW PEM Fuel Cell, developed and purpose-built for the European market, running on hydrogen from a refinery plant located at Martinique, oversea territory of France
- Conduct a waste hydrogen scheme and utilise it to generate no less than 7884 MW hours of electricity for use on the site or return to the grid
- The project will validate the technical and economic readiness of fuel cell systems at megawatt scale
- This project provides the site with a security of supply to the limit of the fuel cells capacity
- The electricity produced by a fuel cell is formed with a perfect sine wave
SP1-JTI-FCH.2011.3.6 - Field demonstration of large stationary fuel cell systems for distributed generation and other relevant commercial or industrial applications
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
36 months (originally), extended to 92 months following a period of suspension and later to 98 months
Other participating organisations:
|Hydrogène de France||France|
|(Budapest University of Technology & Economics)||Hungary|
|(Logan Energy Ltd)||UK|