Hydrogenics Delivers Fuel Cell Backup Power Generator
Hydrogenics Corporation, a leading designer and manufacturer of hydrogen and fuel cell systems, has announced the successful delivery and commissioning of a hydrogen fuel cell backup power generator at a Bell Canada telecommunication site in Burlington, Ontario.
The backup power generator, developed in collaboration with Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson, uses Hydrogenics' 8 kW HyPM® XR fuel cell power module. This project, announced in 2005 as part of Toronto's Hydrogen Village initiative, was made possible through an investment from the Government of Canada's 'Hydrogen Early Adopters' program (h2EA).
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