Hyfluence to supply hydrogen refueling infrastructure in support of hydrogen buses

Hyfluence Systems Corp. (“Hyfluence”), a leading designer and manufacturer of systems and equipment for the refuelling of hydrogen vehicles, has been awarded the supply of hydrogen refueling infrastructure to Lewis County Transit, in support of their initial deployment of hydrogen buses in Lewis County, Washington, USA.

Hyfluence will deliver a FleetPilot™ self-contained hydrogen fueling station for the filling of hydrogen commercial vehicles.  The Hyfluence equipment will encompass compression, storage and dispensing based on Hyfluence’s new high-reliability, fault-tolerant system architecture while also meeting the newly released SAE J2601-5 TIR fueling protocol.

These hydrogen infrastructure solutions will be deployed in partnership with Chart Industriesnor and their subsidiary Howden, who will supply key compression components alongside the Hyfluence systems.

“Our FleetPilot line is specifically designed for growing fleet deployments where mobile refuelers are unable to comply with the new SAE J2601-5 standard for safe high-speed fueling,” stated Angela Das. “We are excited about partnering with Lewis County Transit as they lead the way in clean hydrogen-powered transit.”

Joe Clark commented, “In selecting Hyfluence as one of our hydrogen implementor partners, it was clear from the start that their capability, flexibility, and reliability were integral in our decision to select them for our team. Their vast industry experience and product knowledge guided us through this incredibly challenging selection process. We look forward to Hyfluence being a part of our project team for many years to come.”

The Hyfluence equipment will be produced at Hyfluence’s Vancouver, Canada manufacturing facility and deployed to Lewis County Transit in early 2025.

Engr. Haseeb Ullah

Haseeb covers the global energy market for both conventional and modern energy resources. His expertise is on the global energy supply chain from generation to distribution and end-users. He has a Master degree in Engineering Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
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