DGAP-News SFC Energy presents new generation of EFOY Pro fuel cell solutions for extreme environmental conditions - even at the North Pole
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SFC Energy AG - Press release
SFC Energy presents new generation of EFOY Pro fuel cell solutions for extreme environmental conditions - even at the North Pole
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, May 05, 2021 - SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading supplier of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions, presents a new portfolio of EFOY Pro energy solutions following the fifth generation of the EFOY Pro fuel cell.
With the new generation of compatible systems, SFC Energy serves the highest requirements of professional users. These include the EFOY ProCabinet, the EFOY ProTrailer and other mobile and stationary energy solutions. The systems provide the EFOY Pro fuel cell with even more flexibility and significantly increase the application possibilities - especially in areas without access to the conventional power grid and even in the most adverse weather conditions such as at the North Pole.
The Green Machine: clean EFOY Pro complete energy solution supports North Pole expedition
The new and once again improved EFOY ProCabinet is a robust outdoor cabinet solution for self-sufficient, stationary power supply with EFOY Pro fuel cells. It offers space for up to two EFOY Pro fuel cells as well as one or more fuel cartridges and batteries, depending on the application. As usual, the EFOY ProCabinet can be adapted to the customer's individual needs.
In combination with other enclosure solutions, the EFOY Pro fuel cell works reliably and generates environmentally friendly electricity at outdoor temperatures between - 40 °C and + 50 °C. During the year-long MOSAiC expedition in the central Arctic, the complete energy solution already proved its potential: with the help of the EFOY Pro system, the researchers were able to carry out measurements on the energy transfer between the atmosphere and the ice.
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