Ballard, Forsee team on hydrogen transport


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Marybeth Luczak, Editor-in-Chief

The Ballard-Forsee partnership covers the “co-design, co-development, production, marketing and sale of integrated fuel cell solutions” targeting the rail, road, road, maritime and medium and heavy-duty off-road markets. .

Ballard Power Systems and Forsee Power have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop integrated fuel cell solutions for hydrogen vehicles.

The partnership covers the “co-design, co-development, production, marketing and sale of integrated fuel cell solutions” that target the rail, highway, highway, marine and medium and heavy-duty off-road markets, Vancouver , Based in British Columbia Ballard and Paris, based in France Provide reported October 18.

Ballard will supply the fuel cell system and associated controls, and Forsee will supply the battery system and associated battery management, cooling and high voltage DC / DC conversion systems. Together, they will develop the EMS (Energy Management System) “to optimize the architecture of the hybrid fuel cell and battery system”.

Ballard has also pledged to invest up to $ 46.5 million (40 million euros) as part of the Forsee IPO project. “This commitment would allow Ballard to acquire a stake in Forsee Power upon its IPO on Euronext in Paris, France, with Ballard also having the right to appoint a member of the board of directors of Forsee Power,” said the companies.

In addition, Ballard is supplying fuel cell modules to Canadian Pacific Railway for its first hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) freight locomotive, which will be prepped this fall for official paint and launch, and to Sierra Northern Railway. for its new emission switch.


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