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Luxfer GTM is poised and ready to support North America’s FCEVs hydrogen infrastructure coast to coast with an innovative line of composite cylinder bulk transports. These trailers are already supporting critical needs across the country in the Hydrogen supply chain with ground-breaking solutions in existing storage and distribution systems.
The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy recently confirmed that there are 39 publicly available hydrogen stations for fueling fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) in the United States —35 in California, 2 in South Carolina, and 2 in the Northeast. Another 29 public stations in California and 5 in the Northeast are underdevelopment.
Strides are also being taken in infrastructure development to support buses, fleets, and ports.
Where does LGTM fit in?
Reliable, diverse delivery transports are key. Luxfer-GTM technology using type III composite gas cylinder-based gas transport modules (GTMs) allow for a delivery system that can administer to urban areas with high demand and remote areas with smaller consumer concentration.
• Effective at providing a large coverage area at a relatively low cost and low financial risk.
• Deliver high pressured hydrogen up to 450 bar /6525psig with high capacity levels that are three times that of traditional mobile delivery systems.