This will see fuel cells provide green energy in order to decarbonise mobile surveillance technology that traditionally relies on diesel or fossil fuels.

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According to SFC, EFOY fuel cells consume significantly less fuel compared to diesel generators, and operate more efficiently, are quieter, and emit no harmful exhaust gases such as nitrogen oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO).

Furthermore, fuel cells by SFC Energy are 95% recyclable the company has said. Therefore, the EFOY fuel cell is a sustainable solution in every respect.

With the order, hydrogen fuel cells could be utilised for surveillance in areas such as supermarkets, on construction sites and other locations.

Dr. Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy, said, “LVT is the fastest ramping customer we have. This new order underlines the continued high demand for fuel cells and the reliability of our products and solutions.

“We are very grateful for the business and are pleased to have LVT as a partner who shares our vision of a climate-neutral energy landscape.”

David Studdert, Chief Business Development Officer at LiveView Technologies, said, “Traditionally, our units have relied on solar power. If we used this as our only power source, LVT would be limited to perpetually sunny areas.

“However, with the addition of the EFOY, our units can be buried in snow or survive cloudy days with little maintenance. The fact that EFOY improves the performance of LVT Units and makes them more environmentally friendly is a win-win.”

North American Hydrogen Summit

H2 View is taking its events platform to America’s original clean hydrogen hub of California. Together with the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP), we will stage our North American Hydrogen Summit in San Francisco on July 14-15.

As our summit theme Building Bridges: Hydrogen hubs and investment suggests, the event will explore the $8bn of funding announced to create at least four regional hydrogen hubs in the US. These hubs will turbo-charge the nation’s progress toward heavy trucking and industrial sectors that run without producing carbon pollution – and they may just provide the path forward to a hydrogen-fuelled future.

With California and Texas vying to be America’s hydrogen capital today, where are the hubs of tomorrow? Further still, what can other states, and countries, learn from California’s success story? And how can we build bridges to a successful flow of international investment?

Full information about this event including attendance and sponsorship packages can be found here.