Nuvera, DD Dannar partner on mobile fuel cell power

Nuvera, DD Dannar partner on mobile fuel cell power

Nuvera Fuel Cells, a provider of fuel cell power solutions for motive applications, is teaming with DD Dannar on an integration project to develop hydrogen fuel cell power solutions to markets in critical need of clean power options, including the truck fleet industry among others.

Dannar manufactures the Dannar Mobile Power Station (MPS), a configurable platform that the company says serves as both a multi-purpose work utility vehicle as well as a mobile power supply.

The companies say that use of Nuvera E-Series Fuel Cell Engines on Dannar’s mobile platform is intended to extend the operational range of the Dannar MPS and introduce clean, safe and efficient options for remote power for off-road and heavy equipment applications. With existing and forthcoming emissions mandates, Dannar and Nuvera say they would be able to meet the needs of organizations and industries seeking clean energy options for mobility.

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