Wolftank Hydrogen GmbH, a company of Wolftank Group, has signed an agreement with the Italian telecom operator TIM for the development, supply and installation of a hydrogen emergency power supply system for telecom equipment in the northern Italian city of Trento. TIM is the leading ICT group in Italy with 30.5 million mobile and 16.4 million fixed lines. TIM Group is increasingly focusing on environmentally friendly energy solutions and is introducing new power supply systems that promote environmental sustainability.
In a pilot project, Wolftank Group has already installed an emission-free emergency power generator for TIM in Trento together with SFC Energy, with whom it formalised a cooperation in March. The complete system of energy generator and energy storage consists of the innovative Wolftank Smart Cartridge, a special hydrogen storage unit for supplying fuel cell systems, and SFC Energy’s EFOY H2Cabinet. “In a very short time we have implemented a successful first project with our cooperation. This is an important first step for an upcoming nationwide conversion of conventional diesel gensets to ESG-compliant hydrogen fuel cell systems with a modern scalable green hydrogen supply solution,” says Peter Werth, CEO of Wolftank Group.
The complete system from Wolftank Group and SFC Energy can be used for emergency power supply applications for critical infrastructure such as gas utilities or telecom infrastructure. It replaces previously used lead-acid batteries and diesel generators and provides emergency power supply without emissions. With this system, users not only improve their carbon footprint, but also reduce total cost of ownership through lower maintenance requirements.
Read TIM’s press release about the collaboration here.
About Wolftank Group
Wolftank Group is a leading technology partner for energy and environmental solutions operating worldwide. In the field of energy mobility and logistics, the Group supports customers in more than 20 countries to implement projects in an efficient and environmentally friendly way. For this, it develops and implements tomorrow’s technologies to decarbonize transport and build the infrastructure for zero-emission mobility – such as turnkey delivery of modular hydrogen and LNG refueling facilities. In the area of environmental solutions, the offering includes due diligences for environmental risks, customized services for soil and groundwater remediation, as well as recycling. The group’s subsidiaries in eight countries on three continents are managed by Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, based in Innsbruck, Austria. The share of Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG (WKN: A2PBHR; ISIN: AT0000A25NJ6) is listed in the direct market plus segment of the Vienna Stock Exchange AG and in the m:access of the Munich Stock Exchange and is traded on Xetra, the Frankfurt and Berlin Stock Exchanges. Further information: www.wolftank-holding.com and www.wolftank.com
About SFC Energy AG
SFC Energy AG is a leading provider of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions. With the Clean Energy and Clean Power Management business segments, SFC Energy is a sustainably profitable fuel cell producer. The Company distributes its award-winning products worldwide and has sold more than 55,000 fuel cells to date. The Company is headquartered in Brunnthal/Munich and operates production facilities in Germany, the Netherlands, Romania, and Canada. SFC Energy AG is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard (GSIN: 756857, ISIN: DE0007568578).
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