Diesel debate, digitalisation, energy transition: diesel aggregates are today also under special scrutiny. They are used, for example, iby nstitutions, authorities or companies to safeguard their critical networks against power failures in the fields of healthcare, digital radio, transport or IT. It has meanwhile become undisputed that the fuel cell is clearly superior to the diesel-powered generators that are currently often deployed for this purpose.
Silent, vibration-free, efficient, ecological, reliable, modular, and being remotely controllable are just a sample of the benefits fuel cell systems provide. They are successively replacing conventional diesel-powered generators in data centres, mobile phone base stations, public authority radio networks, traffic management technology or in autonomous and mobile systems for construction sites and well as measuring and monitoring stations.
Dr. Henrik Colell of HPS Home Power Solutions GmbH, CPN Spokesperson: “No matter if in the area of traffic management, BOS digital radio, transformer stations, distribution network operation or for the monitoring gas and oil pipelines: over the past years, our partners have demonstrated reliable fuel cell deployment under real operating conditions. The technology and knowledge transfer among partners plays a key role in developing international competitiveness.“
Andreas Saft, DB Bahnbau Gruppe GmbH, CPN Spokesperson: “Society’s increasing digital dependency and the global challenges in terms of climate change, energy security and energy efficiency demand a change in the way we approach uninterruptible power supplies (UPS). This particularly applies to back-up and emergency power systems.”
In critical infrastructures such as the oil and gas industry, safety and reliability are critical.
Sunfire remote generators run unattended for up to 10,000 hours without maintenance. That is why the leading US telecommunications network operator also trusts in our devices.
The aim of the speed camera system is to defuse the accident black spot and to reduce the risk of accidents by means of an adapted driving style on the part of road users.
With the energy center of the future (EZZ), Vonovia intends to supply at least 60% of the heat for a classic Bochum housing estate on a self-sufficient basis.
Goal: Power supply of weather stations far away from electrical grids even during persistent bad weather.
For applications in remote areas such as the hinterland of the northeastern
region of India, fuel cell technology can realize its full potential