The two companies are working together to develop a small-scale mobile methanol fuel cell solution for stationary and auxiliary power. The target is to develop a solution in the 5 to 15-kilowatt power range.
Blue World Technologies and Clayton Power are committed to the development of next-generation methanol fuel cell solution to deliver safe, reliable, and low-cost energy to auxiliary power demands. The methanol fuel cell solution combines Blue World Technologies’ proprietary high-temperature proton exchange membrane (HTPEM) technology, and Clayton Power’s lithium-ion battery solution to provide an instant- and continuous power supply. The effort is supported by Danish Energy Agency through the EUDP (Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Program) and includes Aalborg University as a key knowledge partner.
The aim is to develop a compact, flexible, and modular solution in the power range between 5 – 15 kW making it perfect for installation onboard heavy-duty trucks to generate silent and vibration-free energy powering appliances (air conditioning, TV, microwave, refrigeration and other equipment) during vehicle stops or as a portable/mobile generator supplying power beyond the grid for tools and equipment at construction sites, telecommunication sites, remote medical facilities, and other off-grid needs. The fuel cell power unit has zero particle emission and has a net-zero carbon operation when powered with methanol from renewable sources.
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