Dantherm Power A/S
Hobro, Denmark
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Company profile:
Dantherm Power A/S is a joint venture between Ballard Power Systems Inc. and Dantherm A/S. It started in 2003 as an R&D project within Dantherm Air Handling A/S and has since grown to become a leader within fuel cell system integration. DTP develops clean energy backup power systems, utilizing Ballard Power Systems’ hydrogen fuel cell technology, for telecom operators and OEMs like Motorola and Ericsson. Dantherm Power is an international enabler and the leader in Europe when it comes to the commercial application of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. We are involved in both Danish and international research initiatives within hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and we are ready to introduce a reliable solution whenever hydrogen and fuel cells prove to be a commercially and environmentally viable alternative to traditional energy supply applications. Our LT-PEM fuel cell based backup power solutions are found inside IT and telecom network base stations all over the world. As of 2015 we have over 1200 systems running in the field. Our goal is to make a Micro Combined Heat and Power units for residential households based on fuel cells. Dantherm Power A/S is involved in several public co-funded research, development and demonstration projects of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies, with excellent results from especially the Danish Micro Combined Heat and Power project (supported by the Danish Energy Authorities under the EUDP program), where Dantherm Power A/S has demonstrated 25 NG-fuelled CHP units based on LT-PEM fuel cell technology in residential households. Specific expertise: Fuel cell system integration, commercialization of fuel cell systems, backup power solutions, micro Combined Heat and Power, fuel Cell technology mobile solutions.

Exhibits at HANNOVER MESSE 2016:
Sapphire project (FP7 FCH JU, grant agreement No 325275): SAPPHIRE is a European research project funded by the European Commission through the Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking. The project's objective is to develop an advanced control system for a methane-fed fuel-cell system for combined heat and power. The key feature of this new control system will be to increase the lifetime of these systems to 20,000 hours and beyond with current technology.

Product categories:
Sapphire µCHP system

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