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PowerCell technology to demonstrate how renewable hydrogen can be used to decarbonise energy consumption

PowerCell technology to demonstrate how renewable hydrogen can be used to decarbonise energy consumption

PowerCell Sweden’s MS-100 fuel cell system will demonstrate how renewable hydrogen can be used to decarbonise energy consumption at the University of Texas.

Confirming an order from the University yesterday (28th Jan), PowerCell said the system will be part of a fuel cell-based solution for stationary power developed jointly with Hitachi ABB Power Grids.

The system will be delivered by mid-2021.

Andreas Bodén, Director of Sales and Marketing PowerCell Sweden, said, “The aim of the cooperation is to leverage the two businesses’ existing technologies to jointly develop advanced and customer adapted fuel cell-based solutions for stationary power generation.”

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