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Greenlight Innovation supplies two G60 fuel cell testing stations to PowerCell Sweden

Greenlight Innovation Corp. today announced the shipment of two G60 class fuel cell testing stations to PowerCell Sweden AB. The test stations will be used in the development of PowerCell’s fuel cell system for the transport and marine markets.

The G60 is Greenlight’s most popular model of fuel cell test system, capable of operating on hydrogen or blended synthetic reformate. Greenlight test stations are fully automated with a closed-loop control system, allowing the test station to run characterization tests, execute automated drive cycles and perform fuel cell diagnostics without operator intervention. Greenlight has sold numerous G60 model test stations to fuel cell developers all over the world.

Ross Bailey, President of Greenlight Innovation commented, "This delivery is an important milestone for Greenlight, as this is the first shipment of a multi-year contract with PowerCell. The PowerCell team is very knowledgeable and technically sophisticated. They required the best possible fuel cell test stands and we look forward to meeting PowerCell’s equipment needs in the future."

Greenlight Innovation is a global leader in the supply of fuel cell test systems to the world’s top stack developers, research institutes and automotive companies. Greenlight is based in Canada and has sales and service in North America, Europe and Asia. Greenlight is a private company, independently owned and operated.

PowerCell Sweden AB is an independent company, based upon 15 years of fuel cell development and research within Volvo AB. PowerCell develops and distributes fuel cell systems for the transportation and stationary industry. They have also developed a reformer which converts existing fuels into a hydrogen rich gas stream used to power their fuel cell system. PowerCell Sweden AB was founded in 2005 and is based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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