ITM Hydrogen Station deployed at the University of Nottingham

20th September 2012
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The primary function of the ITM installation at the University of Nottingham is to provide the capability to generate their own fuel on campus for a small fleet of fuel cell vehicles. The secondary function is the provision of a source of high purity, high pressure hydrogen for a dedicated research laboratory.

The system is a containerised generation system based on ITM’s patented PEM electrolyser technology. Electrolyser capacity will be adequate to provide a minimum 5kg single charge of gas to a vehicle at 350 bar and a supply of 150 bar hydrogen to the University laboratory. Storage capacity on site will be approximately 30kg to provide a degree of flexibility to the refuelling profile.

For more information visit This Is Nottingham

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Rebecca Markillie
Marketing & Communications
E: rlm@itm-power.com
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