H2PowerPac

eCap offers a mobile power plant based on fuel cells with the innovative H2PowerPac. The containerised unit for emission-free electricity generated with hydrogen is equipped with fuel cells, a hydrogen tank system and several battery racks with power and control electronics. The unit can be trailered for flexible mobile use and can also be integrated into a truck body or on a trailer.

The H2PowerPac provides clean and emission-free electricity for mobile applications in a flexible range of services, such as charging batteries of electric vehicles and hybrid ships, as a mobile power source on construction sites, as emergency power supply and as an environmentally friendly and flexible power supply for trade fairs, festivals and other major events. Furthermore, the H2PowerPac can be used as a combined heat and power plant.

• Green power generated with hydrogen
• BMVI funding possible
• Wide power range of 80 – 500 kW
• Flexible configuration
• Mobile application
• Reliable technology
• Hydrogen tank system

 

Your sales contact:
Mr Claudio Schwalfenberg
csc@ecap-mobility.com
Tel. +49-4171-6794-722

H2PowerPac 80 kW: The mini power plant offers a maximum output of 80 kW and accommodates two fuel cells with a hydrogen tank system and several battery racks including power and control electronics in the size of a 10-foot high cube container. As a variant without cooling, the H2PowerPac can be used as a combined heat and power plant.

  • Dimensions L/B/H: 2991/2438/2896 mm
  • Max. output power: 80 kW
  • Output grid: 400 V, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Battery capacity: 112 kW/h
  • Hydrogen capacity (300 bar): 62,5 kg
  • Operating time (full load) : 9 h
  • Hydrogen consumption(full load): 6,6 kg/h
  • Head output combined heat and power plant: 126 kW
  • Temperature inlet combined heat and power plant: 55°C
  • Temperature outlet combined heat and power plant: 61-70°C

H2PowerPac 150 kW: The mobile power plant offers a maximum output power of 150 kW and accommodates several fuel cells with a hydrogen tank system and several battery racks including power and control electronics in the size of a 30-foot high cube container. External cooling is required for use as an emergency generator. As a variant without cooling, the H2PowerPac can be used as a combined heat and power plant.

  • Dimensions L/B/H: 9060/2438/2896 mm
  • Max. output power: 150 kW
  • Output grid: 400 V, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Battery capacity: 112 kW/h
  • Hydrogen capacity (300 bar): 188 kg
  • Operating time (full load) : 12 h
  • Hydrogen consumption(full load): 11.2 kg/h
  • Head output combined heat and power plant: 215 kW
  • Temperature inlet combined heat and power plant: 50-60°C
  • Temperature outlet combined heat and power plant: 55-80°C

H2PowerPac 500 kW: The mobile power plant offers a maximum output power of 500 kW and accommodates several fuel cells with a hydrogen tank system and several battery racks including power and control electronics in the size of a 40-foot high cube container. External cooling is required for use as an emergency generator. As a variant without cooling, the H2PowerPac can be used as a combined heat and power plant.

  • Dimensions L/B/H: 12192/2438/2896 mm
  • Max. output power: 500 kW
  • Output grid: 400 V, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz
  • Battery capacity: 280 kW/h
  • Hydrogen capacity (300 bar): 470 kg
  • Operating time (full load) : 12 h
  • Hydrogen consumption(full load): 38.5 kg/h
  • Head output combined heat and power plant: 745 kW
  • Temperature inlet combined heat and power plant: 50-60°C
  • Temperature outlet combined heat and power plant: 55-80°C