Hydrogen planes, trains and automobiles: Fuel Cell Systems Ltd talks to H2 View about recent projects

In the absence of a viable hydrogen refuelling network in the UK, Fuel Cell Systems Ltd (FCSL) has responded by developing lower cost, mobile refuelling solutions that are easy to transport and commission, and are enabling manufacturers and operators alike to roll out hydrogen fuel cell products.

To name but a few of the Berkshire-based company’s recent projects, FCSL has delivered solutions to refuel scooters, cars and trains with hydrogen; after implementing a hydrogen refuelling solution for a prototype AA breakdown recovery vehicle, the company has spent the past 12 months supporting a University of Birmingham project to deliver the UK’s first hydrogen-powered train, HydroFlex; and FCSL is currently completing the development of a solution for the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) that will fuel the first hydrogen-powered aircraft, HyFlyer.

FCSL has also recently completed development of its latest product, HyQube – an affordable, redeployable system which can be used to refuel a whole range of vehicles. HyQube has received such huge interest across Europe that the company has recently expanded and taken on a new manufacturing facility.

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