Under terms of the deal, Acta will be non-exclusive preferred supplier to FutureE for half a decade.
Acta has modified its electrolyser solution to meet the specific requirements of FutureE’s Juniper system, which provides off-grid and back-up power for the telecoms and other sectors.
Paolo Bert, CEO of Acta, said, ‘Acta is delighted with the interest from FutureE in our electrolyser products.
‘It further demonstrates the increasing demand in the market for low cost electrolyser technology which produces clean and dry hydrogen and more importantly, illustrates that Acta has become a key player in this market.’
Mark-Uwe Osswald, founder and managing director of FutureE, added, ‘Market interest in high efficient fuel cell back-up and off-grid systems with low operation and maintenance cost is significantly growing, particularly from the telecoms sector as demand for Jupiter Independence systems reflects.
‘Being able to incorporate Acta’s low cost, safe and efficient electrolyser into FutureE’s system will speed up the market introduction of our combined fuel cell and electrolyser system.’
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