Applications from the GenComm team have been submitted recently for two notable awards. The Sustainable Energy Europe Awards were launched by the European Commission in 2006. The closing date for the 2019 award was February 11. The aim of the awards is to promote sustainable energy by highlighting outstanding and innovative projects which have the potential to be replicated. The GenComm project has been entered in the leadership category. This award recognises activities that, if replicated can contribute to the European energy and climate targets and long term decarbonisation objectives, having significant socio-economic benefits. Winners are announced as part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week.
A submission was also made to the Royal Society in London to host a scientific meeting, bringing together scientists to present and discuss research in hydrogen as an energy carrier. GenComm hope to have the opportunity to present at an international, two day conference, with the chance of publication in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society or Interface Focus.