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Loop Energy sees record fuel cell orders

For the third quarter ending September 30, 2022, Canadian hydrogen fuel cell producer Loop Energy claimed record orders and revenues, achieving quarterly revenues of $2.6 million for the nine months and $1.4 million for the three months ending September 30.

Additionally, Loop reported record purchase orders of 61, up from 13 during the same period last year (2021), surpassing its initial projection for 2022 and demonstrating the acceleration of hydrogen-powered mobility.

The news comes after the company’s 120kW S1200 fuel cell system introduction in September, which, according to Loop, expands on existing technology to offer a 20% greater efficiency increase.

With a step up in power range and scope compared to its other fuel cell products, Loop believes the new system, which was specifically created for medium- to heavy-duty commercial vehicles, opens up a new market.


Report: The diesel truck runs on hydrogen too

The most recent researchanalyst.com study goes into great detail on the pioneering Canadian hydrogen company dynaCERT. The company provides more effective combustion in traditional engines, such those of trucks, by adding its hydrogen technology.

The idea might be a cost-effective and practical stopgap for the current fleets of heavy-duty vehicles while also making a significant contribution to the achievement of global climate targets. A propulsion technology with a near future: hydrogen and diesel? Operators might also pay close attention to potential carbon credits.

You can get the complete report here.


GenComm to present at INFORM EU Network meeting in Portugal

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GenComm, an EU hydrogen project managed by Belfast Met, has been chosen as the key project to present at the INFORM EU Network meeting in Portugal between November 16-18, 2022, to showcase their strong strategic communications and project distribution.

The presentation focuses on identifying the breadth and depth of communication activities that have assisted the project, which was started in 2017, communicate with a wide range of stakeholders.

The main objective of INFORM, a network of communication officers in Europe, is to strengthen collaboration between EU programs and the European Commission. The network meets twice annually, and the next gathering, scheduled for November 16–18, 2022, will focus on strategic communication.

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