PEM Fuel Cells 2.0 - Enabling Technology for Range Extension and Immediate Re-charge of Battery Electric Vehicles in Land, Sea and Air Applications (Electric Vehicles Land, Sea & Air USA 2012)

Mr Mark Kammerer, Director, Business Development
Hydrogenics
Canada
 
Mar 28, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

  • Low temperature PEM fuel cells, Balance of Plant and Balance of System
  • Fuel cells are combined with batteries or other energy storage subsystems to extend the range while maintaining maximum performance
  • Plug-in, battery dominant, hybrids as well as charge-sustaining hybrid strategies are applied
  • Advantages and barriers, case studies, lessons learned and expectations

Speaker Biography (Mark Kammerer)

Mr. Kammerer directs the Business Development, Sales and Marketing activities for Hydrogenics Power Systems. This includes the fuel cell power modules, systems and turnkey integrations for stationary and mobile power.
 
In earlier Business Development roles he managed the Europe, Middle-East and African region based from Hydrogenics' European subsidiary in Germany. Up to 2004, Mr. Kammerer was Sales Manager for the Test and Power Systems Groups at Hydrogenics' Headquarters in Canada. Before 2001, Mr. Kammerer served in the process instrumentation industry for 13 years as Engineering Manager for the North American subsidiary of a European instrumentation and controls company. Mr. Kammerer has a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and is a licensed Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario, Canada.

Company Profile (Hydrogenics)

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Hydrogenics Corporation, NASDAQ:HYGS, TSX:HYG located in Toronto, Canada, is a globally recognized leader in hydrogen generation and fuel cell products and services, addressing the high growth industrial and clean energy markets.
The company has three primary areas of focus:
  • Hydrogen Generation: Electrolysis-based hydrogen generation equipment for industrial and fueling applications.
  • Power Systems: Fuel cell products for mobile use and backup power.
  • Energy Storage: Hydrogen-based energy storage solutions for renewable energy applications both on and off grid as well as grid balancing.
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