Cellex Completes Field Trials of Fuel Cell Vehicles
Cellex Power Products, Inc. recently announced the successful completion of its consortium-led demonstration field trials at Canadian retailer London Drugs as part of a $2-million Canadian (approximately $1.6-million U.S.) contribution from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC).
According to Cellex, the project included the development and demonstration of the company’s initial zero-emission, 24-volt, fuel cell power solution designed to replace industrial lead acid batteries and internal combustion engines used to power forklift trucks.
“During the demonstrations Cellex’s products ran longer than batteries; refueled much quicker than swapping a battery; and the trucks powered by our products were able to run at a consistent maximum power,” said Cellex president and CEO Chris Reid. “Our fuel cell products will eventually replace the battery room and the handling of lead and acid in the workplace.”
Contact: Cellex, website http://www.cellexpower.com.
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