AFC Energy sees rise in enquiries amid coronavirus

Improvements in air quality and a reduction in pollution as a result of lockdowns imposed to combat Covid-19 have seen AFC Energy receive an influx of enquiries for its H-Power system.

The UK company has seen a pick-up in interest from construction companies in particular to address localised pollution deriving from diesel generators, along with the UK’s Non Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) emission reduction regulations that come into play this September.

These enquiries, which range from outright system purchases to plant hire, commercial scale field testing and distribution partnerships, have further evidenced industry’s continued emphasis on emission reduction and alternatives to transition away from fossil fuels.

AFC Energy said the enquiries further highlight the value proposition that the company’s H-Power system can bring to industry, particularly with its ability to utilise ammonia as a low-cost hydrogen carrier.

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