General Motors expands fuel cell business with new applications

General Motors (GM) is expanding its reach in the hydrogen fuel cell business, having confirmed three new commercial applications for its HYDROTEC technology as it targets heavy-duty trucks, locomotives and aerospace applications.

The motor vehicle manufacturer on Wednesday (Jan 19) confirmed the news, stating that its HYDROTEC-based power generators will soon be powering a Mobile Power Generator (MPG) to fast-charge electric vehicles, an EMPOWER rapid charger for retail fuel stations and a palletised MPG to power military camps and installations.

Offering electric power generation output ranging from 60kW to 600kW, along with low noise and heat signatures, the fuel cell generators could ultimately replace gas- and diesel-burning generators with fewer emissions at worksites, buildings, movie sets, data centres, outdoor concerts and festivals.

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