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Nuvera Fuel Cells has developed a hydrogen-powered genset and rapid charger in collaboration with power management services provider Power Innovations International. The zero-emission 30 kVA mobile power generator will be used for on-site power and EV charging. The mobile unit will be revealed to the North American market in Nuvera’s booth #3465 at ACT Expo, 20-23 May in Las Vegas.

The genset offers high-quality AC and DC power to charge electric vehicles and power electric equipment quickly. Features include “Direct-to-Charge” technology, an integrated control system, a customizable trailer design, multiple power outlets, component customization options, and grid independence.

It can be used in emission-controlled zones and other areas where air quality is a priority, as well as sub-zero environments where other zero-emission technologies fail. Low operating noise levels mean the genset is also ideal for noise-sensitive environments, movie sets, concerts and sporting events.

The Level 3 DC fast charger can recharge both on and off-road EVs up to 30kW output, offering 250 to 920Vdc output, where the genset provides clean, reliable, on-demand power to locations with limited or no grid power access such as warehouses, parking lots, malls, construction zones, mining sites and ports.

The genset can also provide up to 30kW of AC with field configurable 208Vac or 415Vac 3-Phase power along with 120/240Vac split phase power output.  Additional units are currently planned for development and are expected to be showcased later this year.

These units will aim to further demonstrate the wide range  of capabilities and power levels, offering customization options to better suit specific customer requirements.

Power Innovations International, based in Utah, develops custom rugged solutions for the integration and management of electric power.


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