Bramble Energy was born out of the desire to construct hydrogen fuel cells using materials and manufacturing techniques with well-established supply chains; thereby solving perhaps the greatest barriers to the adoption of fuel cells; manufacturing complexity, scale-up and cost.
We are now the only fuel cell company with the manufacturing capacity to supply gigawatts of fuel cell hardware.
The H20 is a 20 W hydrogen fuel cell system suited for supplying power to continuous loads running on 12 V or 24 V rechargeable batteries such as remote monitoring sensors, lighting systems or security cameras.
With over 8% of the worlds passenger movements, 7% of freight and yet using only 2% of the world’s energy, rail is already a great low energy form of transportation. But depending upon whether the trains are diesel powered or the power for the electricity comes from high carbon mixes, there is still significant room for improvement.
The Maritime industry has long been one of the largest contributors of global greenhouse gasses, with annual CO2 emissions approaching 950 million tonnes. To give that stat some magnitude, just one large shipping-container vessel can emit the equivalent pollution to 50 million cars!
The ambitious goal behind the creation of Bramble Energy’s PCBFC technology was to solve the inherent cost issues of traditional fuel cell technologies by using globally standardised materials and manufacturing techniques during its construction. This meant identifying and utilising a fully established supply chain with a preexisting capacity to supply gigawatts of fuel cells: The PCBFC.