ITM Hydrogen Station deployed at the University of Nottingham

20th September 2012
HFuel

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

HFuel
Case Study – Modular Hydrogen Facility



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