The markets for fuel cells and hydrogen are still in the early stages of development. As well as developing technologies and solutions Arcola Energy is also creating the conditions for their uptake by working closely with strategic end users, technology partners and enablers.
Our depth of understanding of the technology and the market drivers means we are able to provide the link between the state of the art and customer needs, and ensure that products developed meet the requirements.
Arcola Energy is a member of industry networks, runs a unique education programme and is active in developing large-scale projects to stimulate the market for these technologies.
The 2018 Asian Games, being held in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18th August – 2nd September, will see hydrogen-powered vehicles, delivered by integrated energy infrastructure provider and zero emission mobility provider, Ecubes Arcola, demonstrated throughout the duration of the games.
Arcola Energy, leading integrator of fuel cell systems, has been awarded UK Government funding in partnership with Origen Power, to develop a prototype of a system that can both generate electricity and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The grant worth £1million is from the Energy Entrepreneurs Fund run by BEIS and reflects growing acknowledgement of the need for what are known as Greenhouse Gas Removal (GGR) technologies.
Arcola Energy also integrates technologies and businesses into projects and programmes, acting as the focal point to deliver whole-system solutions and create new markets for fuel cell and hydrogen products.
The development of industry networks of suppliers, customers and wider stakeholders is vital to the growth of a vibrant hydrogen and fuel cell sector.
Arcola Energy is looking to the future by inspiring young people to explore renewable energy technologies and careers in engineering through our unique education programmes.