The event starts today and runs to 19 September. AIM-quoted AFC is appearing alongside key partner Multi Source Power to exhibit its hydrogen power solutions.
Specifically, it is exhibiting the company’s new off grid EV charger system, CH2ARGE, which is set for release in the fourth quarter of this year.
“Multi Source Power, a leading provider of hybrid generators, energy storage systems and high-density inversion technology, is a key partner of AFC Energy in the provision of customised integrated battery management systems within EV charging and off-grid hydrogen power,” AFC noted.
The annual Solar and Storage Live show sees more than 4,000 participants attend the NEC.
Typically, it involves the showcasing of ‘new technologies, new players and new business models’ which aim to “shake up and transform” the renewable energy market.
AFC highlighted that it expects the event will give it the opportunity to demonstrate how it is helping to empower the UK's alternative energy transition with its industrial fuel cell power technology.