Our organization in the FCH-JU in Brussels has changed name from New-IG to Hydrogen Europe. Also a new logo has been created. The purpose is to improve branding of understanding of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies in Europe. See more on http://hydrogeneurope.eu/ or contact Hans Aage Hjuler at email@example.com
Hydrogen Days April 2016
23. February 2016
Danish Power Systems (DPS) will participate in the conference ”Hydrogen Days 2016”, which will take place in Prague April 6th – 8th 2016. There is a dedicated expert workshop on High Temperature PEM (HTPEM) fuel cells in relation to the conference, where DPS (among others) will present the latest findings within fuel cells and components. See www.hydrogendays.cz/2016/ for further information.
New book on HTPEM fuel cells
1. December 2015
Springer Publishing has published a comprehensive book on High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells, Approaches, Status, and Perspectives. The editors are: Q. Li, D. Aili, H.A. Hjuler and J.O. Jensen. The book is a comprehensive review of high-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs). PEMFCs are the preferred fuel cells for a variety of applications such as automobiles, cogeneration of heat and power units, emergency power and portable electronics. The first 5 chapters of the book describe rationalization and illustration of approaches to high temperature PEM systems. Chapters 6 - 13 are devoted to fabrication, optimization and characterization of phosphoric acid-doped polybenzimidazole membranes, the very first electrolyte system that has demonstrated the concept of and motivated extensive research activity in the field. The last 11 chapters summarize the state-of-the-art of technological development of high temperature-PEMFCs based on acid doped PBI membranes including catalysts, electrodes, MEAs, bipolar plates, modelling, stacking, diagnostics and applications. Here is the link to the book: http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319170817 For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler at firstname.lastname@example.org
DPS is now a member of The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI). DI is a private organisation funded, owned and managed entirely by 10,000 companies within manufacturing, trade and service industry. See more on http://di.dk/English/Pages/English.aspx or contact Hans Aage Hjuler email@example.com
ATV, the Danish The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences
6. May 2015
Hans Aage Hjuler, managing director of DPS has been appointed member for ATV, the Danish The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences. ATV is an independent, member-driven think tank. ATV strives to make Denmark one of the five leading Science and Engineering regions in the world – to the benefit of future generations. In order to achieve this objective, ATV is undertaking a number of activities to the advantage of businesses, knowledge institutions and society as a whole. Read more about ATV here: http://www.atv.dk/en/ or contact Hans Aage Hjuler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Electromobility+ Conference, 20 May 2015, Berlin
6. May 2015
DPS will participate in the The conference of the Electromobility+ initiative which will take place at the premises of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure on 20 May 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure have the privilege to chair the Electromobility+ Governance Board in 2015 and to host this event.
The programme will include both presentations of the results of the 18 research projects funded by the Electromobility+ initiative and discussions about future developments in the field of electric mobility and how a second phase of Electromobility+ beyond 2015 can contribute to this. The FCCP-APU project where DPS is part will be presented.
DPS is now a member of the World Energy Council http://www.worldenergy.org/about-wec/ The World Energy Council (WEC) is the principal impartial network of leaders and practitioners promoting an affordable, stable and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest benefit of all.
Formed in 1923, WEC is the UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3000 member organisations located in over 90 countries and drawn from governments, private and state corporations, academia, NGOs and energy-related stakeholders.
The World Energy Council informs global, regional and national energy strategies by hosting high-level events, publishing authoritative studies, and working through its extensive member network to facilitate the world’s energy policy dialogue.
DPS will be present at the Hannover Fair in Germany which takes place from 13-17. April 2015. DPS will be present the 14th of April in Hannover. For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler email@example.com or Thomas Steenbergts@daposy.dk
DTI Green Chemistry Facilities
21. January 2015
Danish Power Systems participated in DTI Green Chemistry Facilities, Tuesday, 20th of January 2015. The inauguration was focused on the role of supercritical fluid technologies within nanomaterial synthesis, functionalization and green sustainable chemistry. From DPS participated CEO Hans Aage Hjuler. For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting on the IEA technology network on hydrogen and fuel cells 18. March 2015
DPS is participating with Hans Aage Hjuler as speaker to a seminar in 18. March 2015, from 11.30 – 16.00 in Eigtveds Pakhus, Copenhagen. The International Energy Agency has a number of working groups with Danish representation. The purpose of the meeting is to present the recent results and experiences from the work. Also the activities in connection with the FCH-JU will be presented. The meeting is organized by the Danish Energy Agency and will be held in Danish. The invitation can be seen here: http://www.dgc.dk/nyhed/2015/iea-temamoede-om-brint-og-braendselsceller For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler email@example.com
FC EXPO 2015, Tokyo
24. February 2015
DPS is on exhibition with our FCCP-APU project on the Fraunhofer booth at the German Pavillon. The event takes place in Tokyo, Japan on the 25-27. February 2015. The list of exhibitors can be found here in the Exhibitors Directory
DPS participated in the 4th Carisma Conference in South Africa in December 2014. Hans Aage Hjuler is member of the Scientific Committee and Dr. Robert Kerr gave a talk on Lifetime and Degradation of High Temperature PEM Membrane Electrode Assemblies. A video from the conference has just been released, see the link
16. February 2015
Denmark will host the 23rd WHEC (World Hydrogen Energy Conference) in Copenhagen in June 2020. Although there is five years to go, the planning of this large event has already started. The Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells is responsible for organizing the event. DPS is participating in the organization of the conference. For more information about the WHEC see http://www.iahe.org/whecwhtc.asp
Price for lecture at WHEC
24. June 2014
DPS won a price for excellent oral presentation at the WHEC 2014 (World Hydrogen Energy Conference) in Gwangju, South Korea on June 19. WHEC is one of the world’s largest hydrogen and fuel cell conferences. The conference will be held in Copenhagen in 2020. For more information contact Hans Aage Hjuler firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of the Green Tech Center
3. February 2015
DPS is now member of the Green Tech Center in Vejle, Denmark. Their vision is to establish an internationally recognized Smart Grid testing facility in the middle of Denmark for confirmation of Smart Grid functionality. For more information see http://www.greentechcenter.dk/UK/
Member of The New Energy World Industry Grouping (NEW-IG)
26. May 2014
DPS is now member of The New Energy World Industry Grouping (NEW-IG) that works to accelerate the market deployment of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) technologies. The mission is to create a more sustainable economy while positioning Europe at the forefront of global technological developments.
NEW-IG is the sole industry partner of the European Commission and the Research community (N.ERGHY) within the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU). This unique public-private partnership supports the development and commercial introduction of these clean technologies in the transport and energy sectors from 2015 onwards through annual calls for proposals with set budgets. For more information contact CEO Hans Aage Hjuler email@example.com
Hans Aage Hjuler re-elected as vice-chairman at Hydrogennet
8. April 2014
At the recent general assembly of the Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel cells, Hans Aage Hjuler, managing director of Danish Power Systems, has been re-elected as vice-chairman. For information on the partnership visit http://www.hydrogennet.dk/ or contact Hans Aage Hjuler at firstname.lastname@example.org
8. April 2014
DPS is again this year participating in the DTU CleanTechBazar that is held in the Oticon Salen at DTU in Lyngby 22. May. For more information contact Hector R. Garc√≠a at email@example.com or Hans Aage Hjuler at firstname.lastname@example.org
New on the Chines site of State of Green
19. februar 2014
Now on the Chinese site of State of Green, the latest product and solution from Danish Power Systems have been published. Please find them from the following links:
DPS is now moving its staff and headquarters to Egeskovvej in Kvistgaard, Denmark. This means that now both testing and production will be located in Kvistgaard to the benefit of our staff and our customers.
DPS’ production facility has already for more than a year been located here. The production is running on full scale.
More information will be available here as soon as the new place is ready which is expected to be the 1st of March 2014. For more information contact Carina Terkelsen email@example.com
DPS is now member of EMIRI
12. February 2014
DPS is now member of EMIRI, the Energy Materials Industrial Research Initiative, Brussels, Belgium. EMIRI, set up in 2012, is driving forward research and innovation in the advanced materials needed for low-carbon energy applications. Innovative energy technologies are required to cost-effectively meet Europe's sustainable energy and climate change challenges. These technologies will be enabled by the introduction of new, advanced materials.
By bringing together research, industry and trade organizations, and leveraging Europe's world-class capability in advanced materials, EMIRI aims to contribute to generating tangible growth in economic value and employment opportunities for Europe. Further, Hans Aage Hjuler from DPS, has been elected member of the of the Board of EMIRI. See more on
IAESTE as the possibility for international exchange
12. February 2014
DPS use IAESTE - the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience - for our internationalization strategy. It gives possibilities for students to get an internship outside their own country, and it gives the company an opportunity to recruit staff. At the moment we have Alba Agra from Spain at DPS. See more on http://www.iaeste.dk/ or contact Hans Aage Hjuler firstname.lastname@example.org
Danish Power Systems at DTI Conference on “Green technology gives new business opportunities”
30. September 2013
Thomas Steenberg, CTO will give a speech about High Temperature Polymer Fuel Cells at the conference “Green technology gives new business opportunities” at Teknologisk Institut, 9. October 2013. The speech will be in Danish. For more information contact Thomas Steenberg.
Free conference on PEM Fuel Cells in Korea
7. November 2013
Both Korea and Denmark have strong communities for research, development and early commercialization of PEM fuel cells, and both countries are worldwide recognized for their pronounced efforts to promote new energy technologies of which fuel cells constitute an important field with high expectations. This has led to fruitful and growing cooperation between the Korean and the Danish fuel cell communities and now the joint Danish Korean PEM Fuel Cell Workshop in Seoul, November 18-19, 2013, organized by DTU Energy Conversion, Danish Power System and Korean Institute of Science and Technology. The scope of this bilateral PEM fuel cell workshop is to bring together scientists and business developers from the two countries in a two day event in Seoul - to get updated, to make new contacts or to strengthen and widen the networks already established. Common challenges are best met in common and the markets of today are global, and the climate challenge has made the need for accelerated development of improved energy technologies even stronger. Besides, commercial niche applications for which PEM fuel cells show a competing edge are emerging, and the workshop is also a fine opportunity for the companies in the market to meet the scientists.
Hans Aage Hjuler from Danish Power Systems will give a speech on Production of HT-PEM fuel cells at the DTU International Energy Conference 2013 on the 10th of September in Lyngby. For more information see DTU Energy Conference or contact Hans Aage Hjuler.
Top Cited Papers certificate
9. September 2013
A scientific paper from DPS from 2010 “Properties, degradation and high temperature fuel cell test of different types of PBI and PBI blend membranes” was one of the most cited Journal of Membrane Science articles for 2010 and 2011. The paper was published in collaboration with DTU Energy Conversion. The list of the Top 25 Most Cited Authors is available at here. For more information, contact Thomas Steenberg.
Danish Korean PEM Fuel Cell Workshop, Seoul, November 18-19, 2013
6. September 2013
DPS is together with DTU Energy Conversion, KIST and Sanqmyung University organizing a workshop on fuel cells. The purpose is to expand the collaboration between the companies, institutions and universities in the two countries.
In both Korea and Denmark there are strong communities for research, development and early commercialization of PEM fuel cells. Both countries are recognized for their pronounced efforts to promote new energy technologies of which fuel cells constitute an important field with high expectations. The climate challenge has made the need for accelerated development of improved energy technologies even stronger. Besides, niche applications for which PEM fuel cells show a competing edge also from a commercial perspective are already emerging.
Some initial contacts between members of the Korean and the Danish fuel cell communities are seen in line with the overall interest for collaboration between the two countries in the fields of green technology, exemplified by the Green Growth Alliance and last spring by the Danish business delegation headed by the Danish Crown Prince Couple.
The scope of this bilateral PEM fuel cell workshop is to bring together scientists and business developers from the two countries in a two day event in Seoul - to get updated, to make new contacts or to strengthen and widen the networks already established. Common challenges are best met in common and the markets of today are global.
The workshop is financed by a grant from International Network Program of Danish Agency for Science Technology and Innovation.
The workshop is also supported by the Embassy of Denmark in Seoul.
Danish Power Systems is participating in F-cell in Stuttgart from 30. September - 2. October 2013
Dr. Thomas Steenberg from Danish Power Systems will give a lecture on progress in HT-PEM fuel cells. For more information contact Thomas Steenberg
Member of the board of the Scientific Commitee of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking.
22. August 2013
DPS’ CEO HAH has been appointed member of the board of the Scientific Committee of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU). The Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) is a unique public private partnership supporting research, technological development and demonstration (RTD) activities in fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe. Its aim is to accelerate the market introduction of these technologies, realizing their potential as an instrument in achieving a carbon-lean energy system. The three members of the FCH JU are the European Commission, fuel cell and hydrogen industries represented by the NEW Industry Grouping and the research community represented by Research Grouping N.ERGHY. See more at www.fch-ju.eu/page/who-we-are or contact Hans Aage Hjuler.
DPS gets increased activities after BASF`s withdrawal from fuel cells
Danish Power Systems (DPS) is participating in the ICAE 2013 - the 2nd International Conference on Advanced Electromaterials, see ICAE 2013. The conference is held the November 12-15. 2013 in Jeju, Korea. Hans Aage Hjuler, CEO of DPS, will give a lecture on HTPEM Fuelcells as invited speaker. Further, Jens Oluf Jensen, section leader from DTU Energy Conversion, the Technical University of Denmark, is also invited to speak at the conference. The Danish participation should be seen in line with the overall interest for collaboration between the two countries in the fields of green technology, exemplified by the Green Growth Alliance and last spring by the Danish business delegation headed by the Danish Crown Prince Couple. For more information visit ICAE 2013 or contact Hans Aage Hjuler.
Division for consultancy
Danish Power Systems (DPS) has for many years had a division for consultancy. DPS is now revitalizing this division as DPS Consult which offer solutions at a very high level within a wide range of technical and chemical disciplines. We assist our customers in developing product and process innovations by: Know-how, Literature, Fact finding, Training, Pilot projects, Test and measurements and Development of materials and products.
Within chemistry and materials development we offer extensive industrial expertise including the following: Metal production and refining, Recycling of metals, Development of special alloys, Surface treatments and modifications, High temperature chemistry, Synthesis of inorganic and organic chemical materials, Thermal resistant polymers, Manufacturing of ceramic powders and materials, Applications of molten salts, Materials for human implants, Product development and manufacturing of prototypes and Tape-casting and zone-refining technology.
DPS has also started a collaboration with Danish consulting company Chemistry Consulting, see Chemistry Consulting (in Danish). This means that even more technical fields can be covered to the benefit to our customers. For more information visit DPS other activities or contact Hans Aage Hjuler, Hans Aage Hjuler.
Exhibiting in the Danish booth af the ICCI in Instanbul
Danish Power Systems is exhibiting in the Danish booth at the ICCI in Istanbul. Turkey is expected to be the fastest growing economy among OECD members during 2011-2017, with an annual average growth rate of 5.4% and a doubling of the investments in research and innovation over the last 10 years. The country offers a huge potential for cooperation in trade, research and innovation and a big potential for Danish exports especially in the green-tech field. In this framework, the Trade Council in Turkey and the Danish Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation is cooperating to create a Danish information booth at the 19th International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference of Turkey with approx. 14.000 visitors and 300 participant companies.
The ICCI-Energy and Environment Fair and Conference is held every year, improving with its exhibitors and visitors, being a platform where subjects such as Energy and Environment, Energy Production from Waste, Emission Trade, Turkey Electricty Market, Natural Gas and Petroleum Markets, Turkey Investment Stage, Energy Privatizations, Renewable Energy Markets, Energy Investment Finances, Energy Law, Energy Efficiency, Cogeneration, Environment, Carbon Markets, Energy and Environment Technologies. The Fair will be held on the 24-25-26 April 2013 in ńįstanbul Expo Center. For more information visit ICCI or contact Hans Aage Hjuler
DPS is now a member of the newly founded Danish Battery Society. DPS was founded in 1994 based on many years of experience in batteries and competencies in electrochemistry. DPS still has these skills. For more information, please contact Hans Aage Hjuler
Fuel Cell Development Information Center Japan
DPS is now member of the Fuel Cell Development Information Center in Japan. More information about the society can be found on FCDIC.
For more information about DPS and fuel cells in Japan, please contact Hans Aage Hjuler.
Japanese Image Brochure
DPS has now published the company’s image brochure in Japanese. You can download the brochure here. For further information contact Hans Aage Hjuler.
At the Orchestrated NanoKnowledge-days (Energy, Surfaces and Nanomedicine) 22 - 23th January 2013 at Danish Technological Institute in Taastrup CEO Hans Aage Hjuler, Danish Power Systems is giving a speech “The development of high temperature polymer electrolyte fuel cells”. The Conference brings together action-oriented people from industrial, public and academic domains to job-creation actions with the intention of bringing NanoKnowledge to Business.
DPS takes part in organizing the 3rd international Carisma conference to be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from 3-5. September 2012. ISE, the International Society of Electrochemistry, is now sponsoring the conference. Already now participants from more than 17 countries has submitted abstracts for the event. For more information, see Carisma2012.com
United States - Denmark
1st of June 2012
DPS participated in the Launch of the Green Partnership for Growth (GPG) between US and Denmark. The ceremony was conducted yesterday by Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The bilateral initiative is a continuation of previous arrangements in 2012 and 2011.
Information about DPS is now also available in Chinese through the State of Green website. See State of Green
State of Green is the official green brand for Denmark. The brand and its supporting activities will strengthen international awareness of the solutions and competences of Danish business and industry within energy, climate and environment.
Topsoe Fuel Cell and SK Holdings colaborate
16th May 2012
SK Holding and Topsoe Fuell Cell has now upheld last year's agreement with the aim of achieving commercialization of fuel cells by 2020. HRH Crown Prince Frederik, Karsten Dybvad and Haldor Topsoe signed medio May 2 provisionally contracts in Seoul, during the Crown Prince Couple's official visit to South Korea. SK Holdings is a leader in the energy industry and Topsoe Fuel Cell has developed a unique technology. The companies complement each other successfully, and have together a great potential for progress of innovative products for future energy systems.
Promotion of fuel cells in Southeast Asia
13th of May 2012
Fuel cell Company Danish Power Systems in Lyngby participating in professional campaign "Inspiring Denmark" in Korea from 13-15th of May. The Company uses the event to establish itself with a supplier in Korea to promote HTPEM fuel cells in this very attractive part of the world. More info
Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
The general assembly for the Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells was held in April. Hans Aage Hjuler, CEO of Danish Power Systems, was reelected to the Board and was further elected as vice-chairman of the Partnership.
DPS part of Intelligent Energy
19th of March 2012
DPS participated in the formation of the new organization: the Danish Association for Intelligent Energy (tentative title) in Copenhagen March 13. The new organization is an initiative of Danish Energy Association with the purpose of supporting the industrial foundation for a Smart Grid based society in the future. Read the press release here.
DPS represented in Korea
19th of March 2012
Materials from Danish Power Systems (DPS) can now be obtained in South Korea. DPS has appointed Ioneercell, Inc. in Chungnam, South Korea as sole agent for supply of fuel cell materials. The contact information is:
Danish Power Systems has been invited to participate in the Nordic Cleantech Open as only one of two Danish companies. The Nordic Cleantech Open is a business competition aiming to identify, upgrade and display the top 25 early stage clean tech companies in the Nordic region each year. For more information about the competition and the companies click here.
The 3rd CARISMA International Conference on Medium and High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells will be held in Copenhagen the 3 – 5 September 2012. Danish Power Systems is part of the organizing committee. For more information, click here.
20th of January 2012
The final results from the EU project FURIM that ended in 2008 has now been made public on EU's CORDIS homepage. To see the information click here.
2nd of January 2012
DPS has employeed Thorsten Holst, PhD in physics, as senior scientist. Thorsten will focus on the testing and materials characterization of fuel cells.
DPS in the news
27th of December 2011
Electronic Supply has written a vary interesting article about the effort to start serial production of the fuel cell MEA's.
This project is done in collaboration with SP Group, DTU and Serenergy and funded by The Advanced Technology Foundation.
DPS granted funding from The Advanced Technology Foundation
20th of December 2011
In a joint project with SP Group, Serenergy and DTU - DPS has been granted funding from The Advanced Technology Foundation (H√łjteknologifonden).
The project aim is to establish serial production of the critical fuel cell component - Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) - on an industriual scale. Production in a larger scale will give improved MEA quality and expected cost reductions of 90%. This effort will enhance the commercialization of the technology that is anticipated in a larger scale in 2015.
This funding from The Advanced Technology Foundation may be an important step towards the creation of a promision new cleantech industry in Denmark.
To read the full press release in Danish click here.
DPS invited to entrepreneur of the year competition
19th of December 2011
Ernst & Young invited DPS to participate in the this years Danish entrepreneur of the year competition - in the cleantech category.
The event took place in Bella Centret in Copenhagen the 24th of November.
The aim with the ORACLE project is to demonstrate and verify the advanteges of fuel cells in relation to outdoor utility vehicles used for cleaning and maintenance. The aim is to achieve higher energy efficiency and environmental benefits relative to conventional diesel driven solutions.
The participant also include Serenergy, Aalborg University and Nilfisk Egholm.
The official material from EUDP can be found here.
DPS in the news
16th of December 2011
DPS is aiming to achieve up to 90% reductions in the production cost of fuel cell MEA's.
This will prepare DPS for the commercialisation of the technolog in larger scale that is expected in 2015.
FIB - Biopress have written a very interesting article about this, DPS' and our collaboration partners DTU and SP Group.
Next Energy to visit DPS and DTU the 8th of December
2nd of December 2011
Peter Wagner and Anja Diedrichs from Next Energy in Oldenburg, Germany will visit DPS Wed. 8. December and give a lecture with the title ‘NEXT ENERGY and present investigations on HT-PEM Membrane-Electrode-Assemblies’. The presentation will take place at the Technical University of Denmark, Bldg. 207, room 056 at 14.00. Everybody is welcome.
DPS in the news
2nd of December 2011
Jern- Maskinindustrien has written an interesting article about DPS in their latest edition Uge 48 November 2011 (Danish):
Danish Power Systems (DPS) is making a joint effort with Ris√ł DTU and SP Group to develop production technology for fuel cells. That DPS has come this far is related to the valuable funding that has been recieved from Energinet.dk and The Danish Energy Agency (Energistyrelsen) through their EUDP program.
Ris√ł DTU is also funded from the EUDP program for the development of solar celles based on polymers. The collaboration between these two different EUDP projects - fuel cells and solar cells - means additional and unforeseen value of the EUDP funding spent within these two areas. Ris√ł DTU will achieve additional utilization of the equipment and DPS will gain quick access to improved production technology.
However, the most interesting aspect is, that DPS will take another step towards lower cost and improved production quality. This helps to mature the technology and facilitates commercialisation, which is expected happen in larger scale already from 2015.
The HTPEM fuel cells DPS is producing will help to reduce dependency of fossil fuels for economic, national and strategic benefit, facilitate increased national industrial competitiveness and deliver clear environmental benefits.
To read the full press release in danish click here.
5th of September 2011
Danish Power Systems are using AkselG Communications for press releases, brochures and more. This has resulted in articles in a number of Danish publications. For more information (in Danish).Click here
Visit from Dr. Andrew Potter, ACAL Energy Ltd.
5th of September 2011
Dr. Andrew Potter from ACAL Energy Ltd. (UK) will visit Danish Power Systems on the 3rd of October 2011.
ACAL Energy has developed a fuel cell power module for a range of applications including: Stationary, residential and automotive applications. All requiring more than 1 kW of power.
Dr. Andrew Potter will give a presetation about ACAL’s technology. For more information please contact Hans Aage Hjuler by email at email@example.com.
5th of September 2011
Hans Aage Hjuler, managing director of Danish Power Systems, is invited speaker and co-chair of the conference Annual Low Carbon Earth Summit (LCES-2011) with the theme “ Leading the Green Economy, Returning to Harmony with Nature.” It will be held in Dalian, China at the World Exposition Center. The conference takes place the 19th to the 26th of October 2011.
Det er med stor forn√łjelse, at Partnerskabet for brint og br√¶ndselsceller i samarbejde med Det Strategiske Forskningsr√•d, hermed kan invitere til konferencen ’Br√¶ndselsceller – V√¶rdik√¶den fra forskning til marked’.
I Danmark er der inden for energiomr√•det flere forskellige offentlige st√łtteprogrammer til fordel for energiteknologisk udvikling. Disse har hver for sig de seneste √•r f√•et mere og mere s√•vel specifikke som s√¶rskilte fokusomr√•der inden for v√¶rdik√¶den fra forskning til marked. En s√•dan udvikling fordrer samtidigt i stigende grad koordinering og samordning af ordningerne for at sikre sammenh√¶ng i v√¶rdik√¶den.
Konferencen s√¶tter p√• baggrund af den teknologiske udvikling inden for brint og br√¶ndselsceller fokus p√• udfordringen hermed. Dette sker ved f√łrst at pr√¶sentere status samt fremtidsperspektiver for de enkelte teknologier. Herefter behandles branchens nationale strategier og deres udformning samt betydning. Eftermiddagen byder p√• en diskussion om fremtiden for brint og br√¶ndselsceller samt hvordan markedet n√•s.
Konferencen finder sted tirsdag den 7. juni 2011 kl. 9 – 17 i Tivoli Hotel and Congress Center.
Blandt dagens talere er f√łrst Videnskabsminister Charlotte Sahl-Madsen. Efter ministeren f√łlger en sp√¶ndende r√¶kke af indl√¶g fra b√•de industrien, forskningsverdenen samt myndigheder.
Ph.D. Hans Aage Hjuler replaces Karen K√ľmmel as CEO. Karen K√ľmmel will continue as Chairman of the board.
Ph.D. Thomas Steenberg as been appointed as CTO.
New innovation consortium
A new innovation consortium on HTPEM has been established (May-2010). The activities are related to development of new materials, catalysts and fuels related to HTPEM. The partners in the consortium are SP-Group, Danish Tecknological Inst., Dept. of chemistry (DTU), Serenergy, Ammon Gas and Danish Power Systems (DPS). CEO Hans Aage Hjuler from DPS is chairman of the consortium.
The consortium is funded by The Danish Research Council .
New grant to DPS
Danish Power Systems has received funding from the Danish Ministry of Energy (EUDP) to further development of fuel cells in the COBRA project (COmmercial BReakthrough of Advanced fuel cells). The project is a collaboration between DPS, Serenergy, Aalborg University and the Technical University of Denmark.
Danish HTPEM seminar
The Danish HTPEM seminar held June-2010 was a big success. The seminar was organised by HotMEA/EnerginetDK, the Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel cells and Danish Power Systems. The topics and participants covered both technical (from fundamental research to complete HTPEM systems) and financial aspects (funding, commercialisation and venture capital).