Bundeswehr buys EMILY 2200 fuel cell systems and SFC Power Managers; total order amount: approx. EUR 1.25 million. +++ The order represents repeat business for SFC Energy following the approval and successful deployment of the fuel cell by Bundeswehr in December 2011.
Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, December 10, 2018 – SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, announces receipt of another follow-up order of the Bundeswehr’s Federal Office for Equipment, Information Technologies and Usage (BAAINBw). The Office ordered EMILY fuel cells for supplying off-grid power to devices on board of vehicles, as well as SFC Power Managers and accessories. The order has a total volume of approx. EUR 1.25 million.
The order is a follow-up order for EMILY 2200 fuel cell systems, following their successful deployment by BAAINBw in December 2011. The EMILY 2200 was specifically developed to meet demanding requirements in defense applications. It fully complies with military standards. The fuel cell carries a NATO stock number (NSN). The Bundeswehr uses the EMILY 2200 as power source for devices on board of defense vehicles and as field charger for soldiers in the field. In vehicles, EMILY powers the on-board systems without ever having to idle the engine. As a field charger, it dispenses with heavy, loud and inefficient Diesel generators.
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