The fossil fuels-based global electricity production inevitably accounts for the significant and continuous rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations and depletion of carbon-based energy resources. Partial replacement of fossil fuels as well as utilization of CO2, have both become important global issues as well as prime research targets. In response to this tendency, hydrogen seems to be the key energy carrier for a sustainable energy system, while water electrolysis powered by RES has been identified as a key neutral-carbon-footprint route for this achievement.
T-CELL Project was selected among very few projects to be featured on the Directorate-General for Research & Innovation interactive tablet that is used at its events (February 2016)
We are pleased to invite you to the 11th European Space Power Conference (ESPC 2016), a major event worldwide in this domain, which will take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on October 3 -7, 2016.