The intensive discussions paid off: the CAMPFIRE workshop in Schwerin, held in a ‘World Café’ format, brought together a great deal of know-how that will benefit the further direction of the project. The event was attended by representatives of politics, industry and science, who provided important input in evaluating individual applications of the new energy technologies, including in fuel cells and solar cells, oxidation processes, ammonia synthesis and power-to-gas plants. Electroceramic thin-film membranes are the basis of the innovative conversion and storage systems. Consortium partners aim to develop a strategy based on the results of the partner workshops by October, with an economically viable concept available at the end of this process. CAMPFIRE then plans to begin the implementation phase. If the integration of the new technology into the energy sector is successful, we can expect a giant leap forward in development for the Northeast that will enable Mecklenburg-Vorpommern to have a decisive influence on a future market.
For more details, see the article about the event on the website of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
Fotos: Martina Felix, PRpetuum GmbH