HEATSTACK: project and partners' activities overview.

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In the framework of growing environmental concerns, HEATSTACK puts the spotlight on clean energy supply.

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Would you like to know about the ways heating costs could be reduced and be more environmentally friendly?

Then you can't miss the upcoming webinar about HEATSTACK!

The 45-month HEATSTACK project, funded through the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU) and Horizon 2020, focuses on reducing the cost of the two most expensive components within the fuel cell system: the fuel cell stack and heat exchanger which together represent the majority of total system CAPEX.

During this webinar you'll have an opportunity to chat with Charlie Penny from Senior Flexonics and Kun Zhang from the University of Birmingham.

You'll learn about key achievements of project partners: Senior Flexonics Crumlin (SFC), Senior Flexonics Olomouc (SFO), and the University of Birmingham (UBHAM).

When: 27th of February at 11 a.m. CET

Where: GoToMeeting

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About Senior Flexonics Crumlin:

Senior Flexonics is part of Senior plc. Senior is an international, market-leading, engineering solutions provider with 33 operations in 14 countries.

Senior Flexonics, Crumlin offers unparalleled product design, development, testing and manufacturing capabilities and is the Primary European Design and Development centre for thermal management, fluid conveyance and flexible connectors.

About Senior Flexonics Olomouc:

Senior designs, manufactures and markets high technology components and systems for the principal original equipment producers in the worldwide energy markets, aerospace, land vehicles and defence.

The manufacturing facility based in Olomouc, Czech Republic covers 3630sqm and is equipped to for the production of Turbo Oil Drain and Turbo Oil Feed tubes for passenger car engine manufactures. Current customers include VW, Ford, Renault , Honda,Vaillant, Viessman, MAN, Deutz.

About University of Birmingham:

Founded in 1900 by the citizens of Birmingham, the University of Birmingham is a world leading higher education institution, that offers high-standard teaching and research in most major disciplines. The Centre for Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Research is part of the School of Chemical Engineering within the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences at The University of Birmingham.

The Centre is nationally and internationally recognised for its dynamism and expertise in Fuel Cell Technologies. It is also part of the £6.5million Advantage West Midlands Science City initiative, and the Midlands Energy Consortium (MEC) which is host to the Energy Technologies Institute.

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