Luxfer-GTM’s Zero Emission Free Generators Make a Touch Down At Super Bowl 50

Sustainability and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions were a fundamental goal of the Super Bowl 50 Host Committee in San Francisco. That’s why the host committee, in partnership with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, deployed Luxfer­GTM zero­emission portable generators powered by hydrogen fuel cells throughout San Francisco’s Super Bowl City. Luxfer­GTM ZeroSet, built around ultrareliable fuel cell and composite cylinder technology, are whisper­quiet and have a run time of five and a half days when used in

That’s why the host committee, in partnership with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, deployed Luxfer­GTM zero­emission portable generators powered by hydrogen fuel cells throughout San Francisco’s Super Bowl City. Luxfer­GTM ZeroSet, built around ultrareliable fuel cell and composite cylinder technology, are whisper ­quiet and have a run time of five and a half days when used in a constant operation. The units provide clean energy at both 110V AC and 48V DC power settings, have no moving parts, and require no maintenance. These portable zero emission power generators can either be fueled at one of the many stations being built around the country or fueled on site by the delivery truck.”We are very proud to be part of this groundbreaking sustainability initiative at Super Bowl City,“ said DeLisa Leighton, senior director of strategic accounts for Luxfer­GTM Technologies. “We wanted to do our part to increase awareness of zero emissions power generation technology and the developing hydrogen infrastructure network in California and the United States.”

During the eight­day event leading up to the Super Bowl, the ZeroSets were used to support the Sonoma County Wine Lounge and Market Street Bistro Area, along with being wheelchair battery charging stations. They were also used for the load out process after the event because they provided a quiet, environmentally­friendly power source.

“We are very proud to be part of this groundbreaking sustainability initiative at Super Bowl City,“ said DeLisa Leighton, senior director of strategic accounts for Luxfer­GTM Technologies. “We wanted to do our part to increase awareness of zero emissions power generation technology and the developing hydrogen infrastructure network in California and the United States.” Subscribe Share Past Issues Translate 2/18/2016 ZeroSet Generators at Super Bowl City http://us10.campaign­archive2.com/?u=c15ddb5c255eb02859ef9b364&id=c34cca18d6&e=[UNIQID] 2/2 During the eight­day event leading up to the Super Bowl, the ZeroSets were used to support the Sonoma County Wine Lounge and Market Street Bistro Area, along with being wheelchair battery charging stations. They were also used for the load out process after the event because they provided a quiet, environmentally­friendly power source.

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