AFC Energy to deliver fuel cell system to LLEC

AFC Energy has sold its 100kW H-Power™ alkaline fuel cell system, fuelled with hydrogen, to Forschungszentrum Jülich for deployment at its Living Lab Energy Campus (LLEC) in Germany.

The LLEC will integrate, across a new “Smart” IT platform, an operation of renewable energies with technologies from the hydrogen sector to offer real time analysis into novel energy supply and control strategies for deployment across future “smart cities”.

Following in-depth technical discussions with Forschungszentrum Jülich, AFC Energy has been working with the company to engineer a bespoke, 100kW H-Power™ fuel cell system designed to meet a number of predefined specifications.

Martin Müller, LLEC Team Manager of Hydrogen Production said, “Having evaluated AFC Energy’s alkaline fuel cell technology for several months, we are now leased to be able to be placing an order for a 100 kWe alkaline fuel cell unit for delivery as an integral part of our LLEC.”

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