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Hydrogen generates BUZZ in power generation
POWER GENERATION FEATURE
Mobile power generators from Hyundai are based on the polymer
electrolyte membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) system used in its FCEVs.
Ballard is supplying a 1.5-MW ClearGen-II hydrogen fuel-cell power generator and
Caterpillar is providing system integration, power electronics and controls for a
demonstration project at a Microsoft data center.
Hyundai's new HTWO brand supplied its proprietary fuel cell
generator to Electric Touring Car Racing in 2021. The mobile
160-kW generator can fully charge two cars, each equipped with
a 65-kWh battery, simultaneously in one hour.
Toyota has adapted its fuel cell system installed in the Mirai FCEV to create stationary
fuel-cell (FC) generators that have been in operation in plants the past couple years.
Similarly, in 2020, Hyundai began shipping hydrogen FC systems
based on the one used in its Nexo fuel-cell SUV to Europe for use by
non-automotive companies, including Swiss hydrogen-solution firm
GRZ Technologies. GRZ reportedly has technology capable of storing
about five to ten times more hydrogen than before, with a pressure
lower than 30 bar (435 psi) compared to typical hydrogen storage
tanks at 200 to 500 bar (2,900 to 7,250 psi). Using Hyundai's fuelcell
system, the company plans to produce a stationary power supply
system to be used for building electricity at peak times.
" Hyundai's fuel cell systems offer both diverse applicability and scalability
well beyond zero-emissions vehicles, " said Saehoon Kim, senior
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VP and head of Fuel Cell Center at Hyundai Motor
Group. " By leveraging our system, our partners in mobility,
infrastructure and energy can further advance the
potential for a comprehensive hydrogen ecosystem. "
In 2021 Hyundai also signed a memorandum of understanding
with Hyundai Electric & Energy Systems
to develop a hydrogen FC package dedicated for mobile
power generators and alternative maritime power
(AMP) supply solutions. The mobile-generation concept
also is based on Hyundai's polymer electrolyte
membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) system used in its FCEVs.
As part of its " Fuel Cell Vision 2030 " roadmap plan,
Hyundai Motor Group is aiming for a 700,000-unit-peryear
production capacity of fuel cell systems for vehicles
as well as other sectors such as vessels, rail cars, drones
and power generators by the end of this decade.
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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS; HYUNDAI; HYUNDAI; TOYOTA

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