Loop Energy and Aliant Battery have joined forces to develop hydrogen electric solutions for commercial vehicle and power applications.
Formalising the agreement today (4th May), Loop said the collaboration marks a key step in the advancement of its hydrogen-based electric solutions.
Further to that, the partnership provides an opportunity with engage with Aliant’s extensive list of customers that manufacture commercial vehicles and transport fleets.
Based in Italy, Aliant Battery specialises in the development of battery-electric solutions for commercial vehicles and stationary power applications.
Through this partnership, Aliant Battery will also become a value-added integration channel partner for Loop, providing engineering service expertise to Loop’s customers, including hydrogen fuel cell and battery electric systems integration.
Commenting on the venture, Davide Pal Pozzo, Partner at Aliant Battery, said, “I am eager to develop hydrogen electric applications and systems in cooperation with Loop Energy, demonstrating how battery powered vehicles can benefit from hydrogen fuel cells to increase vehicle autonomy.
“We have a long history of utilising range extenders with internal combustion engines, and as hydrogen begins to play a key role in commercial vehicle electrification in the near future, we believe Loop Energy is the right partner with their advanced fuel cell solutions. Together, Aliant and Loop will be at the forefront of this technology adoption.”
George Rubin, Chief Commercial Officer at Loop Energy, added, “Our partnership with Aliant Battery is an integral part of our Total Customer Care program and overall channel-based go-to-market strategy.
“Together with Loop Energy’s industry-leading eFlow technology, Aliant’s engineering, product design and integration will enable more OEMs to leverage eFlow’s total cost of ownership benefits into market leadership by having the best cost and performance in zero emission product offerings.”
Exclusive: Loop Energy listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange
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.
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