Puchheim– The fuel cell specialist Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH ( www.proton-motor.de ) from the Bavarian town of Puchheim near Munich will be presenting its complex range of hydrogen at this year’s Hannover Messe from 1 to 5 April 2019 -Komplettlösungen.
The Cleantech Competence company will become the focus topic of the leading exhibition “Integrated Energy” at the joint stand with “GreenHydrogen” ( www.greenhydrogen.dk) in hall 27 / stand D 69 show his exhibits.
Based on classic hydrogen production, trade fair visitors can gain an in-depth look at the various application options: from hydrogen energy storage (power-to-power), through refueling systems, to electricity and heat generation. In addition to Hydrogen’s innovative uses for industrial use, transportation and resale, Proton Motor engineers will provide insight into fuel cell solutions for the marine and automotive sectors. Matching the partner country Sweden and the stand partner Denmark, the Puchheimer examples are in the baggage whose bandwidth demonstrates complete hydrogen solutions both in Scandinavian countries and in international countries.
“With over 20 years of experience, we see our leadership in hydrogen technology as a responsibility to develop sustainable and zero-emission energy solutions for the world of tomorrow.” This year’s Hannover Fair is an important platform for us and our clients The entire hydrogen chain and not just individual components, “explains Manfred Limbrunner, Director Sales & Marketing at Proton Motor, on the preparations for the world’s trade fair for industry. According to Limbrunner, his company focuses on providing the best technology worldwide for vehicle construction in the logistics and passenger transport sectors. Because for trucks and buses, purely battery-electric drives are not a solution, Proton Motor focuses on the development of fuel cell systems for this automotive sector. In the industry, the expert from Puchheim is known for his pioneering role with more than 20 years of experience as a technology leader.
The joint venture “Clean Logistics GmbH”, founded in the first quarter of 2019, has set the course for equipping lorries up to 44 tonnes with the alternative propulsion system. In the area of passenger transport, the electric minibus “e.GO Mover” is also the successful result of fruitful cooperation. The prototype is planned and will be realized through a cooperation agreement between Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH and the Aachen “e.GO Mobility AG” exhibited in the 25th anniversary year of “Integrated Energy”. The joint venture plans to develop a compact, mass-produced fuel cell system with 22 to 30 kilowatts as a range extender for the “e.GO mover”. It is planned to have up to 15,000 units from 2021 to be equipped with the fuel cell range extender Proton Motor. Also from 2021, the cooperation partners intend to offer the system to other car manufacturers and converters.
With more than 20 years of experience, the internationally active Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH is Germany’s expert for energy solutions with cleantech technologies and a specialist in fuel cells in this field. Proton Motor, headquartered in Puchheim near Munich, Germany, offers complete fuel cell and fuel cell hybrid systems from its own production facility – from development through production to the implementation of customer-specific solutions. The focus of Proton Motor is on back-to-base, for example for automotive, maritime and rail applications. The product portfolio includes basic fuel cell systems, standard complete systems and custom systems.
Proton Motor is a stationary, IT, telecommunications, public infrastructure and healthcare services provider in Germany, Europe and the Middle East, providing DC and AC power solutions. In addition to the power supply, SPower also offers solutions for solar systems as well as a new product line for the storage of solar energy.
The currently 75-strong Proton Motor Fuel Cells GmbH under the management of Dr. Ing. Faiz Nahab is a wholly owned subsidiary of Proton Power Systems PLC (www.protonpowersystems.com), headquartered in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Since October 2006, the company is listed on the London Stock Exchange (code: PPS).
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