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Propane power generators earn certification

September 20, 2016 By    

Atrex Energy Inc.’s commercial fuel cell based remote power generators that run on propane or natural gas received certification from the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

The generators earned certification under CSA’s new FC-1 standard for its high-efficiency and fuel-flexible units that provide power in a range from 500 to 4,500 watts. According to Atrex Energy, about 400 of its power generators have been delivered to more than 50 customers across North America.

“This certification is a major milestone for Atrex and a breakthrough for solid oxide fuel cell technology in a world that is seeking low carbon, environmentally clean power solutions,” says Gary Simon, president and CEO of Atrex Energy. “This will expand the adoption of our power solutions. Customers in Canada and throughout the world require this safety certification to purchase equipment, and now we have it.”

Atrex Energy, based in Walpole, Massachusetts, provides power generation products based on a tubular solid oxide fuel cell technology.

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