Convion and Shell Global Solutions International form partnership to develop, validate and commercialise advanced Solid Oxide Electrolysers (SOEC) supplied by Convion. Convion will deliver a 1-MW electrolyser demonstrator to Shell’s Energy Transition Campus in Amsterdam. The demonstrator will be based on four Convion C250e electrolyser modules.
Commercialisation of electrofuels, a class of synthetic transportation fuels produced from green hydrogen and sequestered carbon dioxide, got a boost, when a Finnish consortium partnership of companies joined forces in a VTT coordinated E-fuel research project. The project brings together a group of companies across the entire value chain from sequestration of CO2 to electricity and fuel production, logistics, as well as users of the transport fuels in different segments of transport. The E-fuel research project is connected with the Neste Veturi ecosystem and received EUR 3.3 million in funding from Business Finland. Along with the joint E-Fuel project, Convion and other companies have their parallel but linked projects, augmenting the total effort aiming at e-fuel production in Finland. Altogether, EUR 6 million is invested in the development.
The 14th EUROPEAN SOFC & SOE FORUM 2020 and the 24th conference in series with Exhibition & Tutorials will take place in Lucerne, Switzerland on October 20 through October 23. The two-yearly forum is the largest dedicated SOC event in the world, building the bridge science and application.
Interested in how integrated power generation by SOFC fuel cells can transform waste and water management from an energy consumer to an energy producer? Want to discover details of engineering and performance of the worlds first installation of SOFC fuel cells in a waste water treatment facility? To learn more, join us in a series of short webinars organized by the DEMOSOFC project, focusing on different aspects of applying fuel flexible SOFC fuel cell technology to industrial scale bio gas applications. In the 15-20 minute web presentations and following Q&A sessions, DEMOSOFC project partners will share their insights and experiences of engineering, operation and economics of this exciting application of fuel cell technology and Convion products.
Convion will attend the worlds largest show for hydrogen & fuel cells, the FC EXPO 2020 – 16th Int’l Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Expo in Tokyo, Japan. The event will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight from February 26th through 28th.
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!
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.