Hy-Hybrid Energy conducts study

Hy-Hybrid Energy conducts study

Hy-Hybrid Energy, a Scotland-based clean energy company, is conducting a feasibility study to explore the hybrid fuel cell systems drivetrain for heavy-duty transport.

The study will examine proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) and solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technologies for heavy-duty transport for road, rail, marine and aviation applications.

“Both PEMFC and SOFC technologies have a place in the transport sector, it is very important to select the right one with respect to particular application and scale size,” said Dr. Naveed Akhtar, Hy-Hybrid Energy CEO.

“It is not that far that you will see both PEMFC & SOFC technologies working together, even in one application – as our slogan says: The future will be hydrogen-based hybrids.”

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