Advent Technologies Holdings, Inc. has signed an MoU with DD Dannar, LLC to develop fuel cell range extension and mobile charging station.
Utilizing Advent’s existing and next-generation fuel cell technology, Advent and DANNAR will collaborate to develop a fuel cell range extension for DANNAR’s mobile electric equipment and create a large-scale mobile charging station.
The project aims to enable DANNAR to transform its customers’ fleet stock by replacing many single-use work vehicles with a multi-functional, zero-emission electric, configurable platform.
This single platform could serve a host of daily maintenance, seasonal, and emergency response needs. The companies also intend to explore potential commercialization opportunities with third parties.
Based on Advent’s next-generation MEA – currently being developed within the framework of L’Innovator, the Company’s joint development program with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Los Alamos National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and National Renewable Energy Laboratory – and with a unique engineering architecture, Advent’s next-generation fuel cell technology is positioned to provide the clean energy solution for the mobility and power generation markets.
Dr Vasilis Gregoriou, Advent’s Chairman and CEO, said, “We are excited to collaborate with DANNAR, to help them maximize the integration of intelligent technology to transform mobile and resilient power systems. DANNAR is building and supporting the intersection where clean, zero-emission energy and high-performance off-road machinery meet.”
Mr Gary Dannar, Founder and CEO of DANNAR, said, “Power and charging needs are growing at an unprecedented rate, and we are confident that this collaboration will contribute greatly to our goal of significantly reducing emissions by bringing efficient and highly differentiated clean energy options for mobility.”