BlueGENs for a virtual power plant on Ameland

December 2013
Modern Power Systems;Dec2013, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p45
The article focuses on the installation of Ceramic Fuel Cell (CFCL) BlueGen fuel cell micro-combined heat and power (CHP) units on the dutch island of Ameland in November 2013, which would be operated as a virtual power plant (VPP) to evaluate the impact of fuel cell technology on power supply.


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