Namibia and Pakistan to trial fuel cell generators

Two prototype hydrogen fuel cell-based generators are being developed to support the developing countries of Namibia and Pakistan.

Estonian cleantech start-up PowerUP Energy Technologies today (16th March) confirmed it has received a €150,000 grant for the development of the systems that should be complete by the end of next year (2022).

By the end of 2023, the company hopes to have its innovations tested and validated by Mushi Bio Power in Namibia and the National Radio and Telecommunication Corporation (NRTC) in Pakistan.

“In developing countries, the electricity grid is less developed and unstable, and in most regions weather conditions are harsher than here in Europe,” explains Dr. Ivar Kruusenberg, Founder and CEO of PowerUP Energy Technologies.

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