Public Domain Reports

Public domain deliverables from the project are freely available as downloadable pdf files by clicking on the links below

 

  • D1.6     Preliminary engineering solutions for integration of membrane: definition of metallic membrane integration into the fuel processor units

  • D4.2     Report on alternative configurations modelling: this report describes the different potential configurations for the final product

  • D4.6     Report on the CHP operation in an energy management environment: the results of a CHP unit model in a building environment are reported

  • D4.7     Report on innovative technical solutions for improving business case: A number of innovative options are explored in other WPS (e.g. H2 membrane, SLM-based heat exchanger, stack operated on reformate). The effect of such innovative solutions on the final product performance are evaluated and documented

  • D5.1     Communication tools (project identity set, poster, first release of the regularly updated website): Report covering the main communication tools

  • D5.4     AutoRE Workshop- A project workshop will be organised for further dissemination of the results

  • D6.3     References and abstracts of scientific publications  

AutoRE

This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 671396. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and United Kingdom, Germany, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland, Norway.

 

Swiss partners are funded by the State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation of the Swiss Confederation.