Fuel Cells Certified for Safety and Performance

For its T-1000 and T-2000 fuel cell solutions, ReliOn received ANSI/CSA America certification, which was completed under ANSI/CSA FC 1-2004 Stationary Fuel Cell Power Systems, both a current and comprehensive standard for safety and performance.

ReliOn will now deploy these products into North American backup power applications. “The addition of CSA certification for our latest series of products provides assurance to our customers that our products meet the most stringent testing and quality requirements,” said Gary Flood, president and chief executive officer of ReliOn. “The T-1000 and T-2000 are among a very small number of fuel cell products which have attained this certification.” ReliOn’s hydrogen fuel cell products provide reliable, low maintenance backup power between 600 Watts and 12 kilowatts to communications applications. ReliOn is completing further certifications on the T-1000 and T-2000 fuel cells within the U.S.
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