Thank you for taking five with H2 View today. For some of our readers who may not be familiar with Infinity, could you tell us a little about the company, its origins and activities?
Infinity was founded in 2002. It’s roots, like so many of the major North American fuel cell companies, sprouted from the Hamilton-Standard division of United Technologies (now the Collins division of Raytheon). This is where a key core group of our senior staff, me included, had our start in this business. For most of our 20 years, we have been a contract R&D firm, specialising in air-independent hydrogen fuel cells for space and underwater applications, and electrolysers that produce hydrogen and oxygen from water directly at 2,000 psi pressure without need for a mechanical compressor. In 2022, we began our first production contracts based on these technologies, which begins to expand our role in the broader hydrogen economy.
Being involved in areas such as aerospace and unmanned vehicles, where does the company fit into the hydrogen market?
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