SFC Energy has today (July 1) unveiled its brand new EFOY Hydrogen Fuel Cell 2.5 power solution as an emission-free replacement for diesel generators.
Launching the product, SFC Energy said the solution combines reliable, powerful and environmentally friendly power generation with the highest possible connectivity and ease of use.
The fuel cell power solution can be used in a wide range of user industries.
As part of the product launch, the Minister of State Dr. Florian Herrmann and Florian Hahn, Member of the German Parliament visited the Munich-based company.
Commenting on the launch, Dr. Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy, said, “Hydrogen and fuel cells are core technologies for achieving our climate targets. We offer highly efficient and climate-friendly energy solutions from a single source to our customers – as a replacement for conventional generators.
“The new EFOY Hydrogen Fuel Cell 2.5 massively expands our performance spectrum upwards. Many years of deep know-how in engineering have gone into this future technology Made in Germany.
“We are honoured and delighted by the sustained interest shown by political representatives. The Bavarian and National Hydrogen strategies set the right incentives and provide essential support. Moreover, we can continue to create highly qualified jobs in all areas of the company.”
Having launched its latest solution, SFC now offers a wide power range from 2.5 to 50kW, addressing both its large and steadily growing customers.
As well as the solution itself, SFC Energy also offers control and remote maintenance options. For example, with EFOY Cloud, users can quickly and easily gain an overview of the individual locations of their power units – and much more.
Speaking about both the visit to SFC Energy and the hydrogen opportunity, Dr. Herrmann, said, “With the Bavarian Hydrogen Strategy, the state government has already laid the foundation for the development of Bavaria as the world’s leading hydrogen location in September 2019.
“In line with the National Hydrogen Strategy, Bavaria can make a decisive contribution to Germany as a future global hydrogen technology leader. SFC Energy is the prime example of a classic hidden champion, a medium-sized technology company that is already implementing this social and political goal today.
“We as the state government are proud of such ground-breaking innovation “made in Bavaria” and SFC Energy’s contribution to a low-emission society on the way to climate neutrality.”