27th April 2018
For the first time ever, TCP is bringing its pioneering hydrogen fuel cell technology to this leading exhibition and conference which reveals the latest trends and solutions to a global audience of developers, researchers and buyers.
As well as displaying their products, TCP’s Ecolite Product Manager Simon Meades will be speaking about the use of hydrogen fuel cell for lighting and surveillance equipment as part of the Hydrogen Hub conference 2nd May at 12noon.
Visitors to the TCP stand will be able to discover more about TCP’s Ecolite hydrogen fuel cell light tower range (TH200 and WH2) has been developed in partnership with BOC, A Member of the Linde Group. This product which uses the HYMERA® hydrogen fuel cell generator, produces electricity from the reaction between hydrogen and atmospheric oxygen: the only emission is water vapour.
TCP’s other product the Genie Eco CCTV is also powered by the HYMERA®. This surveillance solution features a HD 360º high definition pan, tilt and zoom camera or four fixed cameras, fitted to a 9-meter hydraulic mast. This enables 24/7 monitoring for out of hours security, assisted by PIR motion detectors to give advanced warning of site intruders.
As well as providing an off-grid solution TCP’s hydrogen fuel cell product range is virtually silent in operation. This has obvious advantages when complying with the section 61 noise pollution act or site applications which require minimal disturbance to the surrounding environment.
TCP hydrogen fuel cell range has already been embraced by a diverse range of sectors who require off-grid green energy for power, lighting and surveillance. These sectors include construction, rail, highways, events, film production and wildlife conservation projects. TCP is a member of Hydrogen London and The Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA).All news