StratosFuel to provide renewable H2 to fuel cell powered equipment


StratosFuel, Inc. is among the participants in a project funded by a California Air Resources Board (CARB) grant through California Climate Investments to develop a zero-emissions container handler for transporting freight at shipping ports.

The Centre for Transportation and the Environmentis the recipient of the grant and has selected StratosFuel to supply renewable hydrogen (H2) to a top loader vehicle. The top loader StratosFuel is supplying H2 to is a hybrid vehicle powered by a fuel cell and battery module. This power configuration enables longer operating time without any sacrifice in power and efficiency.

H2 for the project will be sourced from StratosFuel’s Zero Impact Production (ZIP) Facility, a 100% renewable H2 plant co-funded by the California Energy Commission and located in Southern California. In order to support the top loader, StratosFuel has partnered with Luxfer-GTM, who will be supplying a customised mobile refueling unit for this application.

Luxfer-GTM CEO, Michael Koonce stated, “We are delighted to partner with StratosFuel on this important groundbreaking project to provide zero emission solutions for cleaner ports.”

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