Loop Energy will deliver more that 50 eFlow™ fuel cell modules to technology company ECUBES for use in the company’s thermal green hydrogen energy storage solution HYDROGENIUM, storing energy in solid matter with no pressurised vessels for hydrogen.
The Vancouver-based company yesterday (28th Jan) said that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ECUBES that will span over a two-year period.
ECUBES’ HYDROGENIUM systems are designed to be supplied to a range of European customers including the European Defence Agency’s “RESHUB” project, that aims to improve energy efficiency in the European defence sector.
Commenting on the announcement, Ben Nyland, President and CEO of Loop Energy, said, “We are very excited about the partnership with ECUBES as it constitutes an important step in Loop’s European expansion strategy, as well as an entry into the rapidly growing zero emission stationary power market.”
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