Become part of the EVERYWH2ERE Regions and Cities Interest Group!
Are you a local authority working to reduce air pollution, noise and emissions in your region or city? Are you looking for new technology to provide your construction sites, festivals, harbours and other temporary events with clean energy from zero-noise and zero-emission Fuel Cell solutions?
Then join our Regions & Cities Interest Group! Become part of a pan-European demonstration campaign and be a pioneer and leader of your own transition towards an emission-free future!
Why to join in brief:
- Opportunity to host a 25kW or 100kW hydrogen genset at a temporary event in your region or city;
- Subscription to an exclusive Regions & Cities newsletter to receive in-depth coverage on how fellow regions and cities are making use of hydrogen gensets in their temporary events;
- Exchange and cooperation with other cities and regions on innovative policy tools for zero emissions, zero noise construction sites and other temporary events;
- Receive feasible and effective policy recommendations to support your zero-emission targets.
Download a detailed Regions & Cities Interest Group guide here.
Interested in joining? Still having questions? Contact Arthur Hinsch Arthur.firstname.lastname@example.org
As much as you can! In order to maximise our effort and facilitate logistics of hydrogen supply and gensets transport we would prefer to target demonstration opportunities of at least one week of duration.
In case of interest to host a FC Genset during the demonstration phase, what are the demosites suppose to do?
The main goal of the project consortium is to demonstrate our FC gensets feasibility for temporary events (music and film festivals, construction sites…). Thus, during the demonstration phase the 8 prototypes will be tested in different scenarios under several conditions, aiming at collecting information about the performance and the reliability of the gensets. Demosites in this phase will be asked for providing a ground testing where checking prototypes. The units will be connected remotely to gather information about their performance.