Quantum Fuel Systems is set to develop a new high-pressure hydrogen tank with a capacity of approximately 60 kg (132 pounds) of hydrogen.

Quantum, an alternative energy company, was selected by an emerging leader in scalable hydrogen fuel systems to create a 13,500 psi (930 Bar) hydrogen tank, according to the company. The development agreement is valued at $1.625 million, and as part of the agreement, a production order for hydrogen tanks will follow shortly for start of delivery in the second half of 2020. In addition, the agreement includes a multi-year production schedule beyond 2020.

The new partnership leverages the company’s expertise to provide critical infrastructure technologies to help enable the hydrogen economy, according to Mark Arold, President, Quantum Fuel Systems LLC.

Quantum is also heavily involved in developing CNG fuel tanks.

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