Loxam first to offer hydrogen fuel cell generator

By Leila Steed15 April 2021

Loxam has become the first rental company to offer the GEH2 electro-hydrogen power generator, after signing a deal with hydrogen power specialist Energy Observer Developments (EODev).

The deal, which comes after more than a year of testing and includes further investment by EODev, will make the zero-emission generator made available to customers for use in “all environments”.

Said to be waste-free, the GEH2 produces no pollution, CO2 emissions or particulate matter, and is suitable for use across all industry sectors.

The GEH2 generator uses a Toyota fuel cell and a lithium-ion phosphate battery to provide around 80 kW of electricity...Sign in to continue reading.

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