SFC Energy AG, a hydrogen and methanol fuel cell supplier for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions, has launched the next generation new modular hydrogen fuel cell solution EFOY Hydrogen Fuel Cell 2.5.
The new power solution integrates a reliable, robust and environmentally-friendly power generation with the highest possible connectivity and ease of use. The solution will offer an innovative solution to a wide range of user industries that can be easily adapted to any application, including mobile communications infrastructure, smart traffic applications, emergency power supply for critical infrastructures.
For example, compared to a conventional diesel generator, a 5 kW hydrogen fuel cell energy solution saves up to 45.6 tonnes of CO2 based on an assumed annual demand of 43,800 kWh. This corresponds to the driving performance of a diesel-powered car of about 250,000 km.
The new energy solution can be used indoors and outdoors without any problems. It has new control and remote maintenance options based on the cloud system that can provide a quick and easy overview of power units through laptops, tablets, or smartphones, reducing maintenance calls to an absolute minimum. The series production of the new EFOY Hydrogen energy solution is scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2021.
As part of the launch, Minister of State Dr Florian Herrmann and Florian Hahn, Member of the German Parliament, visited SFC Energy’s production and headquarter.
Dr Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy AG, said, “The new EFOY Hydrogen Fuel Cell 2.5 massively expands our performance spectrum upwards. Many years of deep know-how in engineering have gone into this future technology Made in Germany.”
Dr Florian Herrmann, Head of the State Chancellery, said, “We as the state government are proud of such groundbreaking innovation “made in Bavaria” and SFC Energy’s contribution to a low-emission society on the way to climate neutrality.”
Florian Hahn, Member of the German Parliament, said, “The development confirms my conviction that Germany and the Munich district, as HyLand hydrogen regions, are on the right path to sustainable energy transition with a focus on decarbonisation.”