From February 27th through March 1st, Convion will attend the world’s largest show for hydrogen & fuel cells, the FC EXPO 2019 at the Tokyo Big Sight. The premiere annual industry exhibition and conference will bring together businesses and academics, suppliers and solution providers alike. The event is a part of The World Smart Energy Week 2019, providing a comprehensive overview of the latest products, technologies and solutions for smart and renewable energy businesses.
We warmly welcome you to meet us at our booth W27-11 in the West Hall 4 to discuss about Convion products, technology, application opportunities and our current and oncoming demonstrations. Should you wish to pre-schedule a meeting, please contact us by email.
For details on how to get to the venue, please see the info provided by the organizers of the event. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Supply of clean water and efficient management of waste water are among the most vital urban environmental services. For communities, water related services are also often the biggest energy consumers – underlining the significance of water-energy nexus. It is therefore easy to view waste as a problem to be mitigated, something to be reduced to a tolerable level, and kept out of sight. Another mind-set is possible. Organic waste contains significant quantities of energy embedded in it. The facts that these streams of organic matter are distributed across our communities, trickle down in small streams and have low energy density, have made it difficult to capture that energy anywhere else but in locations with large populations and high population densities. A European project DEMOSOFC showcases a replicable concept by which power generation can be integrated into water services at superb efficiency in small and medium sized facilities, too, making good use of modular nature of fuel cells and fuel flexibility of SOFC technology. The video below presents the concept by an example from Collegno waste water treatment facility of SMAT in Turin region, Italy.
Convion Oy, a leading developer of solid oxide fuel cell based products for distributed power generation, is pleased to announce its intention to raise up to 4 million euros with existing and new investors. Convion will raise new capital through offering equity shares via a round facilitated by Springvest Oy. Continue reading “Convion opens a €4M funding round”→
Convion is pleased to be presenting at an open DEMOSOFC workshop in Turin, Italy, on November 14. The workshop will provide a mix of technical and economic aspects of an industrial application of SOFC fuel cells, and expert insights from both academia and industry. The event is part of the DEMOSOFC, a European project which has received funding from theFuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
Convion has started operating a biogas fuelled C50 SOFC system in Italy. The start-up marks a launch of a demonstration of Convion’s fuel flexible C50 SOFC co-generation unit at an industrial biogas installation and an important milestone along the path of commercialization of the product. After a successful trial operation of the module in Finland and completion of site installation at Collegno waste water treatment plant of SMAT, the unit started producing power and heat for the plant’s own consumption. The installation is the largest solid oxide fuel cell plant in the world fueled by biogas directly. Continue reading “Convion SOFC generates zero emission electricity and heat from biogas in Italy”→
Siddharth R. Mayur, Founder President & CEO, mPower GmbH
Please, come and see us at the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries, @H2FC_Hannover, held within HANNOVER MESSE 2017. Check out the entire forum program for interesting interviews and presentations. The forum program will be available at the organizers YouTube channel after the event.
Would you like to schedule a face-to-face meeting with us at the fair grounds? Please contact Mr. Tuomas Hakala, email@example.com, tel. +358-400-359 776. We look forward to seeing you in Hannover.
Convion Ltd. is pleased to announce that the company has successfully started testing of a first biogas fuel cell unit belonging to a pilot delivery to Italy. The system went live last week in Espoo, Finland and since then, it has shown in the trial run a superb electrical efficiency above 55% net-AC when run on biogas. Equipped with exhaust heat recovery, total efficiency is above 82%. The unit will undergo a series of tests at Convion premises prior to shipment to Turin, Italy.