AFC have announced Germany as where the 101 fuel cell stack has been trialled. This would indicate Akzo Nobel's site in Bitterfeld where stacks are tested in an industrial setting. I would guess the 101 stack is still on trial for longevity and output tests. Akzo Nobel (IMO), could still 'roll out' KORE when the financials become attractive.
RE: Is it connected yet?
In a word, yes. The Kore going to Stade is the first one that has been produced. What has been tested since March is the critical bit - the 101 cell stack. It is the bit that produces electricity so it is critical that it works well, but Kore contains 24 of these and the balance of plant needed to make them all function properly.
Of course it works,would, nt be investing money at stade and sticking feelers out asia way,exiting times ahead, it's the way forward, lots of interest in this old technology, now can be produced cheaper and the best brains behind it,time moves on, this is going to be big in the next few years, imho of course, good luck to everyone who has stuck with this share, soon to bear fruit!
Is it connected yet?
From the following, "The 101 fuel cell stack was initially tested at AFC’s UK facility in late February, then shipped to Germany, installed and has been operating continuously since 3 March 2015", is there any reason for it not to be operational yet?
RE: Kore installation
We don't normally get pics uploaded to the story board until late afternoon/early evening, so I wouldn't expect anything quite yet.
RE: Kore installation
Sorry, that's what I meant to ask, was if it has actually arrived on site. Thought we might have had some pics on the website..
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