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The consortium behind Danish Micro Combined Heat and Power

A national consortium of eight Danish energy companies is now behind the Danish Micro Combined Heat and Power project. The consortium combines all the competencies necessary to develop and test micro combined heat and power units and to demonstrate micro combined heat and power units. In Phase 1 Danfoss and Power Lynx also participated.

And, by combining their forces, the consortium's companies bring together the necessary specialist and financial strength to turn micro combined heat and power into fuel cells into a commercial success.

Members of the consortium:

  • COWI is offering advice on the way in which micro combined heat and power can be utilised as far as possible in the Danish energy structure.
  • Danfoss (Project Manager during Phase 1)is developing a number of the components that form part of micro combined heat and power units.
  • Dantherm Power is developing and producing micro combined heat and power units made of components from the other partners in the consortium
  • DGC is testing and certifying the developed units and analysing the field test results.
  • DONG Energy is installing natural gas combined heat and power units at the homes of consumers in Sønderborg and is supplying the natural gas used.
  • IRD is developing and producing fuel cell stacks with PEM fuel cells and building combined heat and power units.
  • SEAS-NVE (Project Manager during Phase 2 & 3) is installing the energy grid for demonstrations of combined heat and power units on Lolland, placing the micro combined heat and power units with home owners, supplying hydrogen for the demonstrations and removing the electricity produced that is then sent out via the grid.
  • SYD ENERGI is installing the energy grid for demonstrations of combined heat and power units in Sønderborg, placing the combined heat and power units in households and processing the electricity produced that is then sent out via the grid.
  • Topsoe Fuel Cell is developing and producing fuel cell stacks with SOFC fuel cells for natural gas.