Loughborough, UK– Today, Intelligent Energy (IE) celebrates the seventh annual U.S. National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, marking the growth of the industry by raising awareness of the benefits fuel cell technologies and hydrogen energy provide in reducing emissions while driving economic growth.
U.S. National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day is observed on October 8 (10.08), in recognition of the atomic weight of hydrogen – 1.008. Hydrogen is already providing fuel, feedstock, and power to wide-ranging sectors of the U.S. which is one of the many markets IE serve.
David Woolhouse, CEO: “Intelligent Energy is proud to be one of the many organisations participating in the U.S. National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day. As a fuel cell engineering business, it is great to provide zero emission products to a range of applications that cannot only provide efficient and reliable power, but also help contribute to our mission to tackle climate change.”
We would like to wish all our partners and customers in America a very happy National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day.
For more information on National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Day, please visit www.hydrogenandfuelcellday.org.
About Intelligent Energy
Intelligent Energy is focused on the development and manufacture of its Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell products for customers in the automotive, aerospace, generator, telecoms, materials handling and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) sectors. Intelligent Energy is built on 30 years of PEM fuel cell development. Following acquisition by Meditor Energy, part of the Meditor Group, in October 2017 Meditor has accelerated investment to facilitate further development and commercialisation of the technology and expansion of the product offering. The company is headquartered and manufactures in Loughborough in the UK, with additional offices and representation in the US, Japan, China and South Korea.
For more information about our products, please visit our product page. https://www.intelligent-energy.com/our-products/
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