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Hungerford, Berkshire, United Kingdom, 2010/04/27 - UPS Systems has confirmed that it will showcase a range of fuel cells at its upcoming seminar: “Fuel cells... real world applications for business”.
In a bid to demonstrate real world fuel cell products for real world portable and stationary applications, UPS Systems will be demonstrating the following products:
The UK’s first commercially viable hydrogen fuel cell generator package, comprising a 150W hydrogen fuel cell powered by an ultra-compact lightweight 300 bar hydrogen cylinder. Hymera is suitable for a wide range of remote prime power applications where access to mains power is not available or where other power sources such as fossil-fuelled generators are either prohibited or simply unsuitable.
SFC EFOY Pro 2200
A 90W methanol fuel cell, which, in some circumstances, can save users up to 90% in operating and maintenance costs. The EFOY Pro 2200 is a plug and play, prime power solution for a range of portable applications including traffic signalling, surveillance and telemetry.
Offering environmental benefits and extended runtimes, this DMFC system offers up to 900W of power and is suitable for all prime and standby power applications, where batteries or diesel generators are used today.
A 30kW hydrogen fuel cell suitable for standby power applications in computer rooms and office environments. The fuel cell unit from Hydrogenics can be linked in parallel to generate 60kW of power to protect an organisation’s mission critical systems.
UPS Systems REMO
In addition to the fuel cells on display, UPS Systems will be showcasing its innovative REMO remote monitoring solution. REMO is a unique solution that provides remote monitoring for the majority of UPS, generators and fuel cells. It gives IT managers peace of mind by monitoring low fuel levels in diesel generators, battery charge levels, system temperatures and overloads, as well as mains grid failures and other critical information 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Delegates attending the seminar will have the chance to see many of the units working, and put their questions directly to manufacturers and the UPS Systems fuel cell team.
Who should attend?
Those responsible to specifying portable or standby power for:
• Electrical engineering
• Remote monitoring/telemetry
• Traffic signage
Thursday 13th May 2010
• Registration at 9:30am
• Event closes at 4:30pm
The event is free to attend and includes lunch.
The event venue is only 15 minutes drive from Junction 14 of the M4. The venue has ample, free onsite parking. If you are taking the train, it is just 10 minutes’ walk from Hungerford station or a 20 minute taxi journey from Newbury station.
Places at the seminar are now limited. Delegates can register their interest in attending the event by:
• Registering online
• Calling 01488 680 535
• Emailing the following information to fuelcells[.]upssystems.co.uk:
- Full name
- Phone number
- Email address
About UPS Systems
UPS Systems plc (upssystems.co.uk) is the UK’s largest independent supplier of standby power solutions. Through its independent position, allied to close working relationships with the world’s leading manufacturers, the company is uniquely able to offer impartial technical advice on the widest range of standby power solutions. An authority on fuel cell technology, UPS Systems implemented the UK’s first two commercial hydrogen fuel cells providing Ac standby power, and is currently working on projects where customers will use the technology for the supply of backup or prime power to telecommunications, remote telemetry, portable signage and renewable energy applications.