At the booth: Dipl. Ing. Alexander Dauensteiner, Head of Product Management Fuel Cells with visitor
At the booth: visitor talking to Dipl. Ing. Alexander Dauensteiner, Head of Product Management Fuel Cells
At the booth: Dipl. Ing. Alexander Dauensteiner, Head of Product Management Fuel Cells talking to an interested guest.
At the booth: guest talking to Dipl. Ing. Alexander Dauensteiner, Head of Product Management Fuel Cells
At the booth: Dipl. Ing. Alexander Dauensteiner, Head of Product Management Fuel Cells with a trade show customer
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The Vaillant Group is an internationally successful company focusing on heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technologies based in Remscheid, Germany. As one of the world's market and technology leader, the company develops and produces tailor-made products, systems and services for domestic comfort. The product portfolio ranges from efficient heating appliances based on customary fuels to system solutions for using renewable energy sources. The company also supplies photovoltaic installations, air-conditioning units, a micro power-heat cogeneration system, controls and system components. In 2006 the Group achieved sales of about 2 billion with 10,100 employees. As one example of pioneering innovations and technology leadership Vaillant develops fuel cell heating appliances with a broad power range for single- and multi family dwellings.
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Based on the experience gained in the field tests, Vaillant and its development partners continue to further optimize the fuel cell heating appliances. Focus clearly lies in developing technology with the utmost aim of reducing costs and developing simplified technology. This includes the integration of the 1kW SOFC system, the development of components and controllers and extensive simulation activities. It also comprises the implementation of the EU-US promotion project NextGenCell of the next HT-PEM generation and Vaillant s support of the National Innovation scheme Hydrogen- and Fuel Cell Technology promoted by the Federal Government of Germany. For both development activities the following principle holds good: quality before haste. The systems will be launched for series production only if all tests have proved reliability and fitness for purpose.