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Loop Energy to power hydrogen-electric minibus in Slovakia

Loop Energy to power hydrogen-electric minibus in Slovakia

Loop Energy revealed today (Sept 20) that the first shipment of its complete fuel cell system is set to be delivered to Slovakia-based Mobility and Innovation (M&I) for use in hydrogen-electric minibuses.

Loop will provide a complete fuel cell system, the S300 module, which will be implemented into a minibus as a means of decarbonising road transportation.

The system includes a fully integrated cooling system designed to repurpose thermal energy produced from the hydrogen fuel cell for bus heating, helping to increase the total energy output by up to 30%.

George Rubin, Chief Commercial Officer of Loop Energy, said, “As communities across the globe focus their attention on replacing diesel with zero emission alternatives, we are seeing a rapid increase in demand for hydrogen-powered mass transit vehicles.

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