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The ene.field and PACE partners are pleased to invite you to “Fuel Cell micro-Cogeneration: Generating Sustainable Heat and Power for your Home” – this year’s premier event & fuel cell micro-Cogeneration exhibition showcasing the latest smart energy solution for private...

Germany is at the forefront of fuel cell micro-CHP deployment in Europe, as industry and policymakers have worked together towards a favorable framework for these state-of-the-art energy solutions. With the latest policy developments in Germany - particularly the KfW...

ene.field project partners are pleased to invite you to learn more about Fuel Cell micro-combined heat and power (FC mCHP), first-hand from manufacturers. The aim of this workshop is to inform participants of the ene.field project findings and of the potential of FC...

Groot-Bijgaarden, 27th September 2016, 09:00 to 12:30

One year ahead the project’s end, ene.field project partners are pleased to invite you to the ene.field national workshop in Belgium. The aim of the workshop is to inform participants of the ene.field project findings and of the...

The COGEN Europe Annual Conference & Dinner 2015, the main cogeneration event in Europe, will take place in Brussels on 19-20 May 2015.
This conference brings together leading EU policymakers, industry representatives and influential thinkers to discuss the challenges facing the energy...

The Conference is the biggest annual gathering of cogeneration stakeholders in Europe and an opportunity for policy, business and research experts to meet and exchange views.

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COGEN Europe will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year at the upcoming COGEN Europe Annual Conference & Dinner 2013 on 18-19 April in Brussels. The Conference is Europe’s largest annual cogeneration event and this year will be looking at what is needed for cogeneration to continue...

The Conference (3-4 May 2012, Brussels) will highlight the major opportunities and challenges in this sector. Cogeneration has a key role to play in helping Europe reach its energy efficiency target of 20% in 2020. The Commission’s proposal for an Energy Efficiency Directive (EED) reinforces the...

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