Loop Energy and MYNT Collaborate for Clean Energy Solutions in Australia

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Loop Energy and MYNT announced their partnership for manufacturing hydrogen-electric power generators to replace diesel generators.

Loop Energy has signed an agreement with MYNT First Element in the first quarter of 2023 to incorporate its hydrogen fuel cell modules into MYNT’s Purple H2 generator.

MYNT’s Purple H2 generators provide a clean energy alternative replacement for portable diesel generators in many construction, mining and industrial applications.

As independent experts with over 20 years in fuel-optimised off-grid energy, they aim to be the renewable energy partner of choice for a net zero future.

Gary Radford, MYNT First Element’s Managing Director, has claimed that hydrogen-powered generators will require a service life of over 20,000 hours to replace diesel generators.

He added, “For the last three years, we have sought out a hydrogen fuel cell partner with the technical capability, scale and vision to work with us in product development to deliver a genuine, emission-free alternative to diesel generators in base load applications.”

MYNT chose Loop Energy primarily due to its cutting-edge eFlow technology, designed to help commercial customers optimise performance while minimising costs that offer several significant benefits compared to other products in the market. 

It provides up to a 16% increase in fuel efficiency, 90% more peak power, and up to 10 times better current density uniformity.

Its customers will benefit from the advanced eFlow technology in terms of fuel efficiency, product longevity, and total cost of ownership.

According to George Rubin, Loop Energy’s Chief Commercial Officer, MYNT’s system-level knowledge and integration expertise is second to none. 

“We all know how critical the time-to-market is. Together with our partners at MYNT, we can help customers develop and implement hydrogen solutions faster and with lower cost.”

He added that they were eager to share their knowledge and experience with other Australian OEMs as they prepare to launch hydrogen-powered electric vehicles.

MYNT plans to run three trials in New South Wales and Queensland in the second half of 2023 and anticipates that customer demand in the Australian market will rise over the next two years.

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