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Solteknikk/Enetech, an Advent Technologies A/S partner, has developed a compact, mobile and sustainable trial in an effort to showcase the solution viable to meet future construction sites' demands for more sustainable and people-/environment-friendly solutions in Norway.
The hybrid consists of fuel cells and solar panels where the system operates at night after the sun sets, cools down when the sun rises, and re-starts charging on the solar batteries. During the 6-8 weeks monsoon season, the fuel cells generate power more than 24 or 48 hours continuous.
The climate cabin "MBI" embraces all aspects of sustainability, in terms of environmentally friendly materials, construction and an energy / climate-friendly operation. Energy for the cabinet will be secured by 1.8 kW solar cells and 5 kW methanol powered fuel cell delivered by Advent Technologies A/S.