CH2ARGE incorporates AFC Energy's proprietary hydrogen fuel cell system connected to an inverter similar to those used by Toyota at their Electric Vehicle research centre. The inverter transfers energy created by the fuel cell to a charger
"The technology has never been in a better state, our partners and supply chain have never been more focused and the market for hydrogen-based solutions to the ever-increasing decarbonisation agenda has never been more prevalent," said Adam Bond, AFC Energy's chief executive officer.
"I am delighted that AFC Energy is joining the Hydrogen Council, supporting what represents a first-of-its-kind global CEO initiative to foster the role of hydrogen technologies in the global energy transition to a sustainable, cleaner future."
The AIM-listed industrial fuel cell power company said the results achieved to date from operating the fuel cell provide outputs closely matching the results observed from months of extensive computational simulation, therefore providing further confidence in overall performance.
During this quarter the company has been finalising engineering and design work, incorporating scaled-up integration of the preferred cathode and anode developed with De Nora for the AFC Energy fuel cell system