ACAL Energy’s fuel cell technology was centre-stage for a meeting of the great and the good in UK technology. With our partners, we hosted a meeting for around 60 people at the Solvay Interox site in Warrington. The principal purpose of the event was to mark the handover of the first FlowCath® fuel cell system to be installed in a working application. This 3kW unit is providing round-the-clock back-up power for an effluent clean-up plant.
We were delighted to welcome our guests including representatives from government, industry, the finance community and the media, who were able to visit the installation and to see for themselves the progress which has been made by the engineering team. The audience also heard inspiring presentations from ACAL Energy and our partners, Solvay and UPS Systems, who set out clearly the impressive results and future visions we share for deployment of fuel cells in an increasing number of applications. Léopold Demiddeleer, Senior Executive VP Future Businesses at Solvay SA travelled over from Belgium to share his views and to network with the group.
We would like to thank Len Sharpe (Solvay Interox MD) and his team for their hospitality, and all those who spent time with us yesterday to mark this important milestone in FlowCath®’s development.
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