Fueling Solutions for Backup Power Systems
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Product Data Sheets
Gas Transport Modules – H2
HyFill™ Transport Trailer
Fuel Storage Modules
Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Backup Power Systems
Frequent power outages are becoming an unfortunate norm and are impacting U.S. businesses. In fact, the DOE recently estimated that outages are costing the U.S. economy $150 billion annually.
Traditionally, businesses have used diesel generators to provide power during an outage. Although these systems are reliable and well-established, growing environmental concerns are driving customers to seek an alternative. Fuel cell backup power systems offer a number of advantages:
Applications for Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered Backup Power Systems
Loss of power to critical communications infrastructure can pose a significant safety and financial risk. Reliable backup power systems are paramount in the following industries:
In our increasingly connected world, communications network stability has never been more important. Continuity of service is a critical metric for telecom network operators.
The world’s technology depends on data centers. Data centers need reliable backup power to protect critical data in the event of an outage on the main power source.
In a mission-critical situation, loss of power is unacceptable. Emergency response networks, flight guidance systems and public safety radio systems depend on uninterrupted service.
The BayoTech Solution
BayoTech delivers hydrogen fuel to a network of more than 3,000 backup power sites throughout the United States. Our compact, lightweight trailers can be easily towed to any location remote or urban. Hydrogen storage cylinders are filled onsite, minimizing disruption, and keeping systems in service. And our remote monitoring systems let us know when more fuel is required, guaranteeing your backup power systems are ready to go whenever there’s a power interruption – planned or unplanned.