Dynetek to Deliver Storage Systems to Ford

January 06, 2004 by Jeff Shepard

Dynetek Industries Ltd. (Calgary, Canada) announced that it will deliver on-board, complete hydrogen fuel storage systems for the Ford Motor Co. (Dearborn, MI) 2004 Ford Focus FCV, zero-emission automobiles. Dynetek will provide complete fuel storage and components solution using its certified 350 bar (5,000 psi) hydrogen fuel storage system. The storage systems and components will all be approved to NGV-2 2000 for North American use. In addition, a number of the same systems will be shipped to the European market for automotive use and have also been approved to German TUV requirements.

"We are honored to be working with Ford in helping lead the way in adoption of zero-emission fuel cell technology," said Robb Thompson, Dynetek’s president and CEO. "We have a strong relationship with Ford beginning with supplying the hydrogen storage system for the P2000 FCV in 1999. We have worked with them on a number of fuel cell projects and we are extremely excited to be involved in Ford’s latest leading-edge technology."