According to The Australian Financial Review, fuel cell enhancement technology company Titan Hydrogen is getting ready for a run at the ASX in 2022, appointing a team of advisors to start the early preparations.
The company, which is creating a low temperature, high-performance hydrogen fuel cell designed to convert old vehicles to modern hydrogen hybrid engines, has enlisted Sydney broker Barclay Pearce Capital and law firm Hamilton Locke.
Research by the University of Queensland published earlier this year found that in the lab, Titan Hydrogen’s fuel cell produced higher voltage than a standard Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) fuel cell operating at the same current density. This means Titan Hydrogen’s cells can deliver more power than traditional PEM cells.
More power means an extended driving range for hydrogen-powered electric vehicles, reducing the number of refuelling stations needed.
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