ELYntegration and ELY4OFF: EU Workshop – Electrolysis: features, capabilities and projections

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 23/05/2019
09:00 - 17:00

Location
Walqa Technology Park

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“The HPEM2GAS project, represented by its coordinator Dr. Antonino Arico’, has been invited to participate to the workshop “Electrolysis: Features, capabilities and projections” jointly organised by the projects ELYntegration and ELY4OFF. The workshop will take place on Thursday 23rd May in Huesca, Spain. 

We would like to invite you to attend the EU Workshop – Electrolysis: features, capabilities and projections.  This event will be held on May 23 in the Assembly Hall of the Félix
de Azara Building of the Walqa Technology Park, in Huesca (Spain) where the Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon has its headquarters.

The Aragon Hydrogen Foundation as the coordinator of the European projects of the FCHJU ELYntegration and ELY4OFF has organized this joint workshop to show the actions carried out, the results obtained and create a discussion forum to exchange impressions on the integration of renewable energies and the production of electrolytic hydrogen. This event aims to bring together
key industrial players, potential end users and technology developers.

ELY4OFF is a European project funded by the FCH-JU in which a hydrogen production system powered exclusively by photovoltaicsolar energy has been designed and manufactured. At the moment it is in demonstration phase and ends in September 2019.

ELYNTEGRATION is a European project funded by the FCH-JU and by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI). The main objective of the ELYntegration project is to design a high power alkaline electrolyser (multi megawatt), capable of reaching an expected capacity of 4.5 tons of hydrogen per day and characterized by its high robustness, flexibility and efficiency.

You can find the agenda for the event here.

If you are interested in attending, you can register through the following link.

 

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