Project Partners

The seven TriSOFC project partners are listed below along with each of their roles in the project, links to their websites and contact information.

The University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is a UK based institution. Nottingham are responsible for project management, desiccant unit development and parts of the tri-generation system design, testing and dissemination activities. Nottingham will also provide the location for the field testing of the unit.

Web link: http://nottingham.ac.uk/

Contact address: [email protected], [email protected][email protected][email protected]

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)

KTH is a university based in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH are responsible for the development of the LT-SOFC component & single cell fabrication.

Web link: http://www.kth.se/en

Contact address: [email protected]

The University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham is a UK based institute. Birmingham are responsible for the prototype system testing.

Web link: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/index.aspx

Contact address: [email protected]

IDMEC Polo FEUP 

IDMEC is a is a non-profit private Association founded by the University of Porto (Faculty of Engineering) and the Technical University of Lisbon. The New Energy Technologies unit of IDMEC are responsible for the heat storage design and economic and environmental assessments of the system.

Web link: http://paginas.fe.up.pt/idmec/net

Contact address: [email protected][email protected]

Vestel Savunma Sanayi (VSS)

VSS is one of 24 companies of the Vestel Group, a major retailer of electronic goods. VSS are responsible for the tri-generation system integration.

Web link: http://www.aso.org.tr/uyeler/6340/

Contact address:

Complex Ltd.

Complex is a Polish company involved with the design and manufacturing of building central heating systems. Complex are responsible for system control and field trials of the prototype.

Web link: http://www.complex.org.pl/

Contact address: [email protected]

Swerea IVF

Sewerea is a not for profit Swedish engineering  research organisation, focussing on different core areas, including ceramic processing for SOFCs. Sewera is responsible for the low temperature micro-tubular SOFC stack development.

Web link: http://www.swerea.se/en/

Contact address: [email protected][email protected]

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    • Thanks!
      Be sure to keep checking the website, as the project is now beginning to pick up momentum, with some great developments. Thanks for checking TriSOFC.

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