AFC Energy PLC partners with Keltbray to deploy a power system for the first time on a construction site in the UK


The two companies have “outlined a roadmap” for further system rollouts later this year

AFC Energy PLC (AIM:AFC, OTC:AFGYF, ETR:QC8) has announced that it has leased its first power system for deployment at a construction site in the UK under an agreement with the Keltbray civil engineer.

A zero-emission hybrid fuel cell generator will be used to show how the construction industry can decarbonize sites today, investors have been told.

“As an innovative and socially responsible UK entrepreneur, Keltbray continues to show great leadership in demonstrating, through the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell power generator technology, how the construction industry sees the benefit of replacing highly polluting fossil fuels in favor of advanced technologies. clean energy solutions,” said Andy Bond, CEO of AFC.

“We are very pleased to support Keltbray, its customers and the industry’s transition to a more sustainable future.”

The rollout, which is expected to take place somewhere in London, will take place towards the end of the second quarter.

The two companies have “outlined a roadmap” for further system rollouts later this year.

AFC Energy PLC (AIM:AFC, OTC:AFGYF, ETR:QC8) markets scalable alkaline fuel cell systems to provide clean electricity to on- and off-grid applications.

The technology, pioneered over the past 12 years in the UK, is now deployable in electric vehicle chargers, decentralized off-grid power systems and data center applications.

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