Proton Motor to supply off-grid hydrogen fuel cell generator to Shell
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Proton Motor to supply off-grid hydrogen fuel cell generator to Shell

A new self-sufficient hydrogen fuel cell plant has been delivered to Shell New Energies by Proton Motor, revealed today (Nov 23), that will support the generation of off-grid power through the utilisation of hydrogen.

Dubbed the HyShelter 240, the new technology solution will be implemented for the off-grid supply of a transportable pressurised hydrogen filling station to support the scale up of hydrogen mobility solutions.

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Three Proton Motor fuel cell systems make up the HyShelter plant with the technology boasting opportunities to combine hydrogen fuel cell technology with the battery storage technology to create a functional unit that produces 100% green energy.

The application can also be used to provide power for data centres, municipal utilises, hospitals and other critical public facilities.

Manfred Limbrunner, Director of Sales and Marketing at Proton Motor, said, “The entire Proton Motor team is very proud of our high-performance fuel cell products for decentralised emission-free energy supply.

“With our fuel cell power plants, we are making a decisive contribution to the success of a sustainable energy transition.”

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