The Anonymous Widower

Permali To Develop Composite For Fuel Cell Retrofits

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on Power Train Technology International.

This is the two opening paragraphs.

Composites engineering specialist Permali has won UK government funding to develop a lightweight composite solution, which is aimed at allowing existing diesel-powered buses to be retrofitted with zero-emission hydrogen powertrains.

According to the company, its R&D team, located at its main site in Gloucester, will be working on this development project in collaboration with hydrogen and fuel cell specialist company Arcola Energy and the UK National Composites Centre (NCC). The partnership is initially aimed at buses, but the new technology concept should be transferable to a wider range of vehicles, such as heavy-duty goods vehicles, trains and even aircraft.

That is an impressive introduction.

I shall be watching Permali.

 

October 29, 2020 - Posted by | Hydrogen, Transport | , ,

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