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ABB orders first alkaline hydrogen fuel cell system from AFC Energy

Christian Fernsby |
AFC Energy announced that ABB has placed its first order for the high energy dense "S" Series hydrogen fuel cell system.

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The order is worth £4 million, with the zero emission power generator system scheduled for delivery ahead of schedule in early 2023.

ABB will use the first 200kW "S" Series system, which can be fuelled with either hydrogen or ammonia, for high power EV charging.

ABB is the leader in the provision of EV charging solutions with a presence in 80 markets globally.

The collaboration with AFC Energy is designed to enable ABB to provide high power EV charging to its customers in regions where grid connectivity is absent or constrained.

Over the summer, the companies successfully delivered a fully integrated charging system at ABB's facility in Estonia when AFC Energy's "L" Series fuel cell technology was successfully operated in conjunction with ABB's energy storage and EV charging technology.

The "S" Series generator will use AFC Energy's new anion exchange membrane ("AEM") technology to demonstrate world class energy density from a fuel cell. The "S" Series will be housed in a container approximating the size of a 10ft shipping container.


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