- Hydrogen fuel cell system equips road tunnels for safety reasons to power
- Initial unit is the first of a potential of 300 units from the customer
Puchheim near Munich — The Bavarian designer, developer and producer of fuel cells and fuel cell electric hybrid systems with a zero-carbon footprint “Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH“ (www.proton-motor.de) announces today that it has received an order for its newly released product “PM Frame“, which is available in power level intervals of 21, 28, 36 and 43 kW to work as an uninterruptible power supply unit (UPS).
The system will be installed as an UPS system within road tunnels. Road tunnels have to be equipped with UPS systems for safety reasons to power, in the event of an accident or grid failure, the necessary equipment such as lighting, air ventilation, and safety equipment for a temporary period.
Fuel cells in combination with hydrogen have advantages compared to batteries and diesel gen sets with regard to service and maintenance, energy density, availability and are totally emission-free. This initial unit is the first of a potential of 300 units from the customer.
Dr. Faiz Nahab, CEO of Proton Motor, commented: “This is excellent news illustrating demand for hydrogen fuel cells to provide stand by clean hydrogen driven energy instead of diesel within the road infrastructure segment.”
About Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH (www.proton-motor.de) With more than 20 year 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. Located in Puchheim near Munich, Proton Motor offers complete fuel cell and fuel cell hybrid systems from its own production – from development to production to the implementation of customer-specific solutions. Proton Motor focuses on stationary applications such as back-up power and energy storage solutions, as well as mobile solutions such as back-to-base applications. The solutions can also be applied in the maritime and rail sectors. The product portfolio includes basic fuel cell systems, standard complete systems, and customised systems. The official commissioning of the new fuel cell stack machine to start the series production took place in September 2019.
Proton Motor is active in the stationary sector for customers in the IT, telecommunications, public infrastructure and healthcare sectors in Germany, Europe and the Middle East with power supply solutions for DC and AC demand. In addition to the power supply, SPower product range also offers solutions for solar systems and a new product line for the storage of solar energy. Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH, with currently 90 employees under the management of Dr. Faiz Nahab is a wholly-owned subsidiary of “Proton Motor Power Systems plc” (www.protonpowersystems.com) with headquarters in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The company has been listed on
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