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The LowCVP which was established in 2003, is a public-private partnership that exists to accelerate a sustainable shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and create opportunities for UK business. Nearly 200 organisations are engaged from diverse backgrounds including automotive and fuel supply chains, vehicle users, academics, environment groups and others.

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ITM Power

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22 Atlas Way
Sheffield
S4 7QQ
UK

Switchboard: 01142637639
Website: www.itm-power.com

ITM Power designs and manufactures Hydrogen Energy Systems for Energy Storage and Clean Fuel production. ITM Power is committed to clean sustainable energy solutions based around water electrolysis. Our principal motivation is to engineer zero-carbon hydrogen energy systems that provide energy security and independence from fossil fuels. ITM's electrolyser and fuel cell technologies have the potential to become the cornerstones of a future hydrogen economy based on 'green' hydrogen. Our hydrogen systems are able to convert renewable energy to a clean fuel, that can be indefinitely stored for use in transport.

Reseach & Development

ITM Power is trailling its refuelling technology, HFuel, with commercial logistics companies in 2011. The hydrogen on site trials (HOST)comprises the operation and refueling of two Revolve Technologies hydrogen Ford Transit vehicles, with hydrogen produced on site at the point of use, at sites operated by participating companies from diverse logistics sectors, including London Stansted Airport, DHL Supply Chain, Forestry Commission, Center Parcs, RAC, Scottish & Southern Energy, Scottish Water, Scottish Police Services Authority, Vestas Wind Turbines, Local Authorities, Enterprise plc, Amey,Tarmac, Volker Highways, May Gurney, Commercial Group, and Autoglass.


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