New Analyst View: Latest Developments in the Ene-Farm Scheme

27 Feb 2013

Subsidy GraphThe residential micro combined heat and power (micro-CHP) scheme in Japan, known as Ene-Farm, has resulted in the largest number of fuel cell deployments for a single purpose in the world and continues to grow every year.

Since the beginning of the scheme the cost of the fuel cell units have fallen, their installed footprint reduced, their efficiency increased, and now a range of units are available to the customer which provide differing levels of hot water and electricity, so can be tailored to suit differing residential requirements.

This Analyst View provides a comprehensive overview of the scheme and its latest progress. Read the full article here.


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