For use in heavy-duty motive applications such as buses, commercial vehicles and trains.
Will establish a joint venture in China with the BC hydrogen fuel cell technology developer.
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Will extend range on operating on routes that have no overhead or catenary wiring.
Will distribute fuel cell products in Japan to the end of 2020.
Prototype configuration of Ballard’s FCvelocity fuel cell module will deliver 200 kilowatts of net power.
Deal is worth $30 million; expected to close in Q3.
Fuel cell technology will support the deployment of 33 clean-energy buses in two Chinese cities.
Buses will be eligible for US$150,000 government subsidy.
Fuel cell company says it has given notice that it’s terminating two licensing agreements with Azure Hydrogen.
Rooftop back up power systems will replace diesel-powered generators in the Caribbean country.
Delivery is planned for later this year.
Deal includes engineering services for material handling systems to be deployed in Europe.
FCvelocity-HD7 fuel cell modules will be used as range extenders in Poland-based Solaris’ electric buses.
Beijing’s Azure plans to develop fuel cell bus capabilities in China with Ballard’s technical support.