The Haeolus project is pleased to publish its latest deliverable, a report on diagnostic and prognostic approaches for electrolysers and fuel cells authored by Raffaele Petrone and Robin Roche of UBFC.
The Haeolus hydrogen system to be installed in Berlevåg is expected to be ready and tested around the end of the 2019; depending on logistic constraints for delivery to Finnmark, production will start in early 2020.
Haeolus will organise, on June 25, a workshop with the topic Modeling, Control and Operation of Advanced Energy Storage Systems in Grid Connection in connection with the upcoming European Control Conference 2019.
Our project partners UTBM are organising a summer school on Microgrids in Belfort, France, July 1-5, 2019. The initiative is partially funded by Haeolus and is aimed at grad students, researchers and industry.
Finnmark County Council is organising a 1-day workshop in Vadsø, titled “Hydrogen in the wind”, to showcase the opportunities for Northern Norway in hydrogen and fuel cells, an event directly inspired by the start of the Haeolus project. [UPDATE – read more for the presentations]