The changing climate is causing harsh weather conditions across the United States and throughout the world that are increasing both in frequency and severity. From hurricanes and tropical storms to freezing cold fronts, from floods to extreme heat resulting in wildfires, weather-related disasters are causing costly disruptions to the availability of grid power.
To that end, GenCell has introduced the GenCell G5 back-up power solution as a highly reliable, noise and emission-free electrochemical generator that can be safely placed indoors or outdoors, on rooftops and in urban or remote cell sites.
The G5’s Remote IoT Manager configurable software solution gives telecom facility managers at a central location comprehensive visibility and drill-down operational intelligence about power asset status and performance during outages and at all times.
Compared to other types of fuel cells, GenCell’s alkaline fuel cells achieve higher efficiencies, run at lower temperatures and require lower grade hydrogen fuel, making them more cost-efficient to operate, according to the company.
Combining highest reliability, zero emissions and operational intelligence that optimizes the remote central management of multiple sites, the GenCell G5 is designed to facilitate the efforts of U.S. mobile operators building out the resiliency of their networks. The GenCell team will be on hand at MWC LA to meet with North American customers and prospects; to schedule a meeting during the event, send an email to: [email protected].
October 8, 2019