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  1. forum rang 5 nine_inch_nerd 1 april 2021 16:10
    AFC Energy Plc (AFEN) London
    AFC Energy Plc (AFEN) Germany
    ISIN: GB00B18S7B29
    www.afcenergy.com

    Helping to solve the biggest societal issue of our time
    Climate change has been described as the defining issue of our time. To prevent its worst impacts, including long-term temperature rises, the decarbonisation of industry has to be swiftly realised.

    The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP 21) in Paris led to 195 countries adopting a universal, legally binding global climate deal that aims to keep “the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and to pursue efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C”.

    It is now the role of industry and Governments to best determine the policy and implementation strategy necessary to deliver on these ambitious targets. We are clear that hydrogen and our fuel cells have a key role to play in supporting the decarbonisation of industry.
    The role of AFC Energy’s H-Power systems
    Hydrogen is an important and abundant carrier of energy whose conversion into electricity through a fuel cell dates back over a 100 years.

    The fuel cell sector and hydrogen economy has been challenged on two key fronts to bring this clean energy vector to market: the grade of hydrogen necessary for effective fuel cell operation is often measured as Ultra-Pure Scientific Grade (99.999% H2) and comes at a significant price; and the loading of precious metals present in the fuel cell electrode has often made for a very expensive catalytic conversion of hydrogen into electrons. Each of these characteristics directly affects the affordability of power produced from hydrogen.

    The AFC Energy H-Power technology platforms successfully addresses both of these issues, translating into one of the lowest cost fuel cells in the market today.

    Backed by the world class leader in electro-chemistry, Industrie De Nora S.p.A, AFC Energy’s patented Alkaline Fuel Cell affords the flexibility of using low grade hydrogen streams (in some cases measured as low as 75% when cracking ammonia) with the opportunity to displace precious metals either entirely or to a greater extent than alternative fuel cells in the market today. Critically, this can all be achieved without a loss in performance and efficiency.

    After a decade of research and development, AFC Energy is now bringing its H-Power technology platforms to market, establishing an emissions free solution to the world’s energy challenges. Read more about our proprietary technology here.
    The work of the Hydrogen Council in promoting the industry
    In full support of the energy transition subscribed to in Paris, the Hydrogen Council was launched in 2017 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, representing a coalition from industry which sets out to:

    Accelerate investment in the development and commercialisation of the hydrogen and fuel cell sectors; and
    Encourage key stakeholders to increase their backing of hydrogen as part of the future energy mix, with appropriate policies and supporting schemes.
    AFC Energy is a supporting member of the Hydrogen Council and has spent the past four years working closely with them to promote how the industry can help solve the world’s decarbonisation challenge.
  2. forum rang 5 nine_inch_nerd 2 april 2021 16:08
    Extra:
    AFC Energy Signs Fuel Cell Distribution Deal with Saudi group Altaaqa Energy
    FuelCellsWorksApril 2, 2021

    AFC Energy (AIM: AFC), a leading provider of hydrogen power generation technologies, is pleased to announce the signing of a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (“MoU”) with Altaaqa Alternative Solutions Company Limited (“Altaaqa”), a wholly owned member of the Zahid Group, with the intention of establishing an exclusive dealership for the distribution of the Company’s fuel cell systems in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East & North Africa (“MENA”) regions via a strategic partnership.

    Highlights

    Altaaqa owns and operates one of the world’s largest rental fleets of mobile diesel power modules, with 2GW of capacity within its portfolio.
    Altaaqa is aiming to complement its conventional diesel power modules offering with sustainable, zero emission alternatives for the Saudi Arabian and MENA regions.
    AFC Energy and Altaaqa are committing to establish a strategic partnership with the aim of Altaaqa being appointed AFC Energy’s exclusive fuel cell system distributor in the region.
    The initial focus of the partnership would be on the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with the potential for growth into the MENA market.
    Sustainable, temporary power in Saudi Arabia is expected to materially increase with national programmes promoting Saudi Arabia’s sustainability commitments under the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and the recently announced Saudi Green Initiative and the Green Middle East Initiative.
    The dealership would give AFC Energy access to the emerging Saudi power market, already forecast to be one of the world’s largest producers of green hydrogen.
    AFC Energy today announced that it has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Altaaqa Alternative Solutions – one of the world’s largest rental fleet operators of mobile diesel power modules, headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

    The MoU is expected to advance discussions between both companies towards a long-term exclusive dealership relationship whereby Altaaqa will initially promote and distribute AFC Energy fuel cell systems across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, prior to the MENA regions.

    With a portfolio of over 2GWs of diesel generators and a proven 20 year track record in mobile power systems, Altaaqa is one of the region’s leading suppliers of temporary and off-grid power solutions to the oil & gas, power utilities, mining, data centres, government services, military, manufacturing, and construction sectors.

    A strategic partnership with Altaaqa would be expected to drive new investment into hydrogen fuel cell technology hence promoting a changed energy mix in the region´s power rental industry , and have the potential for expansion into local distribution, assembly and marketing of AFC Energy systems by Altaaqa. The MoU envisages that following the progression of dealership discussions with Altaaqa, AFC Energy would expect to see a significant rise in multiple fuel cell system orders for commercial deployment over coming years.

    Reducing reliance on fossil fuel and associated power generation is a key pillar of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 strategic framework, which seeks to transition Saudi Arabia away from its incumbent dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop public service sectors such as health, education, infrastructure, recreation, and tourism. Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman recently unveiled the Saudi Green Initiative and the Green Middle East Initiative, an ambitious road map that targets a 60% reduction in the region’s carbon emissions.

    Subject to contract and internal Board approvals, the reaching of an exclusive dealership agreement with Altaaqa would provide AFC Energy with access to another significant off-grid power market and leverage the Company technology’s ability to provide zero emission power across one of its key target markets. A partnership would also place Altaaqa at the forefront of the mobile power rental industry’s transition into green technology and consolidate AFC Energy’s position as a leader in the provision of new, zero emission, off-grid temporary power systems.

    A future dealership relationship with Altaaqa is wholly consistent with AFC Energy’s business model of working in partnership with world-class mobile power system rental companies and further highlights the potential scale that can be achieved through this model. With scale comes the ability to accelerate cost reductions through manufacturing and supply chain leverage.

    Adam Bond, Chief Executive Officer at AFC Energy, said:

    “We are absolutely delighted to be commencing our strategic partnership with Altaaqa and to expand our presence in new regions such as the Saudi and MENA power markets. Globally recognised as a partner of choice by many of the world’s leading industrial and energy companies, Altaaqa has an enviable reputation in the provision of best-in-class mobile power systems and further consolidates AFC Energy’s position as an emerging global provider of zero emission power systems in advancement of the international transition to a Net Zero economy.”

    Majid T. Zahid, Group President – Energy at Zahid Group, added:

    “Today marks the beginning of a new partnership with AFC Energy, an industry leader in delivering clean electricity. We are confident that together we will be a significant player in our Kingdom’s aim of becoming the world’s leading hub in the production of green hydrogen and ammonia. Zahid Group is fully aligned with our Kingdom’s strategic vision for the future and across all our Group’s companies we are demonstrating our belief in it.”
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