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TECO 2030 fuel cell module runs at 100% on testbed

TECO 2030 has announced its fuel cell is running at 100% power capacity at AVL’s testbed facility in Graz, Austria.

The company has revealed the FCM400 module reached “stable and maximum power output of zero emission hydrogen-electric power.” Minor adjustments have been made since the implementation of the system.

The system has been connected to the Graz facility since last November (2023), and features an installed power capacity of 400kW. TECO 2030 has said it boasts “exceptional energy efficiency, an inherent safety concept, optimal weight and size and extended lifespan.”

Read more:TECO 2030 and AVL build up to the first operations of its hydrogen fuel cell system

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