Dynetek Partners with NRCan on Fuel Cell Bus

December 12, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

Dynetek Industries Ltd. (Calgary, Alberta) announced its participation in a new $8.0 million hybrid fuel cell bus project. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is committing $3.0 million of the total project over a three-year period. The project, led by Hydrogenics Corp. (Mississauga, ON), focuses on the development of new hybrid fuel cell bus technology. Dynetek is developing the complete fuel storage solution using its certified hydrogen fuel storage system.

"We are excited to be a partner in this project, which takes fuel cell technology to the next level," said Robb Thompson, president and chief executive officer of Dynetek. "The selection of Dynetek confirms our market leadership in compressed hydrogen storage and complements our current commercial cylinder storage technology in other compressed gases."