And the ccompany says its BlueGen mCHP product will be featured at the Nextgen conference at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire tomorrow (10 October) and Thursday.
Ceramic Fuel Cells’ general manager of business development based in the UK, Paddy Thompson, will be presenting on how BlueGen units can help address fuel poverty in the social housing market.
He will also participate in a panel discussion on UK feed in tariffs. More information on the event is available at http://www.nextgenexpo.co.uk.
Ceramic Fuel Cells and iPower will also showcase BlueGen to registered social landlords and property owners in Scotland and North East England at an event hosted by iPower on 24 October at the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation.
More information on the event is available at http://www.ipoweruk.com/index.php/news-a-views.
Ceramic Fuel Cells also presented at the Low Carbon Transport conference in Rotherham on 27 September.
Ceramic Fuel Cells’ UK sales manager, Keith Joynes, presented a case study on how BlueGen units can be used as low emission recharging stations for electric vehicles.