Everfuel, Teco 2030 agree to decarbonise off-grid sites

The cooperation between Everfuel and Teco 2030 will help customers to decarbonise the construction sites through green hydrogen.

Everfuel will supply green hydrogen to Teco 2030 for running the fuel cells and fuel cell-based power generators in remote areas.

Under the signed strategic cooperation agreement, the partners will develop solutions supporting Everfuel to supply green hydrogen to sites where Teco 2030 hydrogen fuel cell power generators are located or ships, vehicles, or equipment with Teco 2030 fuel cells technology installed.

They will also explore the potential for providing decentralised power supply for off-grid construction projects in areas where Everfuel has available hydrogen capacity and infrastructure.

The agreement is expected to help off-grid construction sites lower their climate footprint and reduce their emissions by switching from diesel generators to zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell generators. Furthermore, it will also support projects in remote areas which require electricity to become emissions-free.

Jacob Krogsgaard, the CEO of Everfuel, said, “We are eager to develop distribution and delivery solutions for users of the robust and high-capacity fuel cells delivered by Teco 2030. We believe it will open a huge market for hydrogen and introduce zero-emission solutions in hard-to-decarbonise segments.”

Tore Enger, CEO of Teco 2030, said, “Due to our new cooperation with Everfuel, many construction sites and other projects and activities that use diesel generators will now be able to reduce their climate footprint by switching to emissions-free fuel cell generators.”

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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