Ballard receives orders for 31 fuel cell engines; Stor Energy joins GSREIA

FCmove™-HD+ demonstrates a significant improvement in Ballard technology.

Ballard Power Systems has announced orders for 31 modules, totalling 3 MW of hydrogen fuel cell power, to a leading global construction equipment manufacturer for testing and deployment in various end-use applications.

The modules are expected to be delivered in 2022 and 2023 to match planned integration, testing, and deployment schedules.

The orders include the supply of Ballard’s new FCmove™-HD+ engines, marking an important commercial milestone for Ballard’s latest fuel cell engine launched late last year. The FCmove™-HD+ is more compact and efficient than previous generations, with an expected lower total cost of ownership, making it a competitive, zero-emission solution for broad-reaching medium and heavy-duty applications.

Randy MacEwen, Ballard’s President & CEO, said, “We see significant leverage in our business model where we use the same core competencies, the same core fuel cell technology, and, in some cases, the same fuel cell engines across different business verticals and geographic markets.”

Hy Stor Energy and GSREIA

Hy Stor Energy LP has become the first exclusively renewable hydrogen company to join The Gulf States Renewable and Electrification Industries Association (GSREIA). By working together, Hy Stor Energy and GSREIA will advocate for renewable energy and long-term renewable energy storage solutions to benefit both Mississippi’s economy and the environment.

Hy Stor Energy pioneers renewable hydrogen production and energy storage at scale in Mississippi. Hy Stor Energy’s first major project, the Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub, is under active development and has multiple sites permitted for hydrogen storage. GSREIA represents renewable energy firms, EV manufacturers and the charging industry throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. The non-profit trade association is committed to advancing pro-renewable energy, electric vehicle, and charging policy at the state and local levels.

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: +44 (0) 208 123 7812
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