Special Report: Early testing has proved that Titan Hydrogen’s fuel cell enhancement technology delivers significantly higher voltages compared with regular fuel cells.
Titan Hydrogen and the Queensland University of Technology have kicked off the independent validation process for the former’s ground-breaking fuel cell technology.
Researchers at the Queensland University of Technology are testing technology which claims to increase the output of hydrogen fuel cells by as much as 60%, put forth by Australian transport technology company, Titan Hydrogen.
Australian technology that promises to effectively double the driving range of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles through a major boost in fuel cell conversion efficiency has entered a proof of concept phase, where it will undergo independent testing.
Titan Hydrogen has partnered with QUT to develop what it claims is a “revolutionary hydrogen fuel cell’’
There are no hydrogen-fuelled trucks or buses in commercial use across Australia yet but that’s about to change.
Titan Hydrogen unveiled today (July 14) that it is undertaking a capital raising of up to A$1m ($746,000) to help set the group up to launch an IPO and become a publicly listed company in Q4 of 2021/Q1 2022.