GenH2 has moved a step closer to commercialising its hydrogen infrastructure technology with the acquisition of fabrication and manufacturing company Pratt Plastics.
The Florida-based firm said the acquisition took place on January 24 and will provide GenH2 with the latest technology in high precision, automated computerised numerical control (CNC) equipment and laser cutters, in addition to a proven manufacturing process.
This experience combined with Pratt Plastic’s background in OSHA safety training, engineering, robotics, rapid-prototyping in thermal plastics, and automated processes, will support the commercialisation for mass producing GenH2’s patented infrastructure solutions for the new hydrogen economy, the company said.
“As GenH2 continues to grow and seek out opportunities to commercialise our technology, it is critical that we have the capability to go right from patent to production and mass produce quickly, accurately, and locally,” said Cody Bateman, founder and CEO of GenH2.
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