The CH2P project brings about a new technology for hydrogen refuelling stations, capable of cogenerating hydrogen, heat and electricity from natural gas and biomethane. The device combines high efficiencies with low environmental impact and high hydrogen purity.
EVs seem to be the priority of car manufacturers and refuelling networks right now. How do you explain the lack of interest in FCEVs?
How does a project like CH2P ease the transition towards FCEVs’ wider adoption?
What exactly makes this system so innovative? Can you elaborate?
How close are you to meeting your objectives?
What were the main difficulties you faced and how did you overcome them?
What do you still need to achieve before the end of the project?
Source: Cordis News
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