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Quiet and Low Carbon Fuel Cell Trailer Available for Powering UK Festivals and Events



Quiet and Low Carbon Fuel Cell Trailer Available for Powering UK Festivals and Events
A Fuel Cell Markets client has built a fuel cell trailer designed as a fuel cell outreach and demonstration tool for use at festivals and events. The unit can be used as a power source for a wide range of applications at events including

-Cash machines / ATMs
-Audio equipment
-Food stalls
-Stage sound and Lighting
-Charging mobile phones

Examples of where the trailer has already been used this year include:

-Rockness & WakeStock music festivals – used to power strange lighting and charge festival goers mobile phones
-The Royal Highland Show – used to power the Mackie’s Ice Cream Stall and as the main supply for the Scottish Hydro Welcome Tent

Specifications

-5kW Output
-Hydrogen Fuelled

Advantages

-Only emits water
-Very quiet
-Easily installed on-site

This trailer is available for hire and we are interested to talk with UK based event organisers who are looking to incorporate sustainable energy technologies into their event.


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