Formula 1 event uses breakthrough clean hydrogen tech in Austria


An emission-free generator powered by clean hydrogen was used at the Austrian Formula 1 round that took part in July this year.

Following a development agreement signed alongside Test-Fuchs GmbH, Auto AG Group, and hydrogen and methanol fuel cell provider SFC Energy AG (SFC), the event featured the mobile, emission-free H2Genset generator. 

Used to provide a reliable and autonomous supply of power to a mobile merchandising sales booth at Austria’s Red Bull Ring, H2Genset was equipped with an EFOY hydrogen fuel cell capable of supplying a peak power rating of 10 kW and a continuous power rating of 5 kW. 

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