AFC Energy’s hydrogen fuel cell system will today (August 16) arrive in Estonia to be integrated into ABB’s operations as part of a joint product development agreement signed in December.
The milestone follows six months of electric engineering and control design, and now complete, the system can be installed as a high-power electric vehicle charging product for grid constrained environments.
Once delivered, it is thought that the system will take a few weeks to be installed. A team of three AFC technicians will accompany the system to support ABB to capture key data from the operations.
Adam Bond, CEO of AFC Energy, said, “Today signifies a further important milestone in our relationship with ABB in bringing to market a leading high power, zero emission, electric vehicle charging solution for adoption in many of the world’s grid constrained environments.
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