At a time when momentum for hydrogen has never been stronger, Loop Energy has become one of only three publicly traded fuel cell companies in North America.
Based in Vancouver, Canada, Loop Energy provides fuel cell electric range extenders for medium and heavy-duty transport applications and hopes that by being a publicly traded company, it can spread its wings and start the commercialisation process across multiple product lines with customers around the world.
Now listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ‘LPEN’, Loop Energy joins the likes of Ballard and Plug Power on a publicly listed journey.
To find out what this means for both the hydrogen fuel cell market and Loop Energy itself, H2 View spoke exclusively with Ben Nyland, the company’s President and CEO, to find out more.
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