COTE receives order from Advanced Hydrogen; GWM strengthens R&D in hydrogen energy

COTE Sequential H2 Fuel Injection System injects the H2 gas directly into the cylinder.

Coates International, Ltd. (COTE) and Advanced Hydrogen Power, Ltd. have received firm orders for their CSRV® Hydrogen (H2) Electric Power Industrial Generators, including the H2 Reactors.

These units are coupled together as one power unit. The R&D on these new technologies is complete. The first production models are being built now. The 100 kW, 150 kW and 200 kW units are expected to ship out to customers this year. 1 MW units are expected to start shipping out to customers in 2023. We believe that these CSRV® Hydrogen (H2) Industrial Electric Power Generators, including the H2 Reactor, are the cleanest and lowest emission power units globally and will help resolve global warming.

Gaseous Hydrogen H2 is an extremely minute atom and will pass through the stem of a standard poppet valve and fill up the engine housing with Gaseous Hydrogen that can explode the engine at any time. This cannot happen with the CSRV® H2 Engines as there are no passages from the CSRV® system into the engine housing, so we have the only engines in the world that are safe to operate on Gaseous Hydrogen (H2).

GWM strengthens R&D in the field of hydrogen energy

China’s GWM presented its Hydrogen-LEMON Technology, a complete solution for hydrogen energy systems to meet the requirements of motor vehicles.

The company will establish a global R&D base for hydrogen fuel cells to research fuel cell technology. Local specialists from Brazil are to be hired and trained in intelligence and clean energy, thus laying the foundation for green production.

Last year, the company published its strategy in hydrogen energy, which is designed to use this energy to build a sustainable and better society. The hydrogen energy strategy is based on the Hydrogen-LEMON Technology, which consists of a complete set of vehicle-mounted components and an R&D system, three technology platforms and five performance benefits.

Thousands of tests have shown that this R&D system with vehicle components can ensure both high performance and good quality at a low cost.

GWM has invested a total of CNY 2 billion in R&D in hydrogen energy, and over the next three years, investments of a further CNY 3 billion are planned to reach a production capacity of 10,000 units.

Ethan Mandel

Ethan is the special correspondent for Europe covering the hydrogen industry for H2 Bulletin. Please click on the email icon to contact me via email or follow me on social media. I am reachable on Phone: 02081237815
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