H2X will present its hydrogen fuel cell breakthroughs at COP26
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H2X Global’s work in developing hydrogen fuel cell vehicles has been recognised by an invitation to present at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
As a headline participant, the company will be one of a select few innovative companies leading the way in renewable technologies that will share their technological breakthroughs with leaders at the conference, also known as the COP26 summit, in Glasgow, Scotland.
H2X says the invitation is validation that the company is a global leader in technological advancements that are tackling climate change.
The company has developed its own highly efficient hydrogen fuel cell technology and hydrogen power trains for vehicles and machinery.
This tech will be used in its Warrego Ute, a fuel cell electric utility vehicle set to be manufactured in Gippsland, Victoria, which has already drawn more than $50m in pre-orders.
“The global hydrogen market is accelerating with governments around the world committing billions of dollars in incentives to accelerate the transition to renewable energy and meet their net zero emissions targets,” chief executive Brendan Norman said.
“Hydrogen fuel cells have become a key focus for many given the technology advancements that have enabled hydrogen FCEVs to refuel more quickly and travel longer distances.
“H2X is pushing into new markets, with a series of products due for release in the coming months that will show new ways of working with hydrogen and bringing clean energy to many different applications in cities.”
The company’s Hydrogen Fuel Cell Hybrid technology is designed to drastically reduce refuelling time and increase driving range and hydrogen efficiency.
Its modular platform allows the hybrid energy system and fuel cell to be customised to maximise the efficiency and performance according to the user.
Besides the Warrego ute, development has also started on a range of additional vehicles, including heavy-platform vehicles.
H2X recently reached an agreement with the Gippsland Circular Economy Precinct to manufacture hydrogen fuel cells, electrolysers, hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicles and a range of hydrogen power units including generators and emergency power supplies in the region.
It also formed a strategic partnership with hydrogen developer Pure Hydrogen (ASX:PH2).
This article was developed in collaboration with H2X Global, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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