September 12, 2016 – Surrey, BC – Ensol Systems, the leading industry innovator in remote power solutions, is excited to announce an exclusive partnership with Oorja Protonics, a global leader in fuel cell technology. Oorja’s Model-T fuel cell, which has experienced substantial success in the U.S. for more than a decade, recently received CSA certification will now be made available in Canada. Ensol Systems is currently the lone Canadian company with permission to resell Oorja products to the Canadian market.
“The CSA certification mark is another validation of the performance, reliability and safety of our products which is recognized globally,” said Gaganjot Singh, Director of Sales and Marketing at Oorja Protonics, Inc. “Oorja is focused on driving broad market acceptance of stationary fuel cells and this certification is another important milestone in the process.”
Ensol Systems will work closely with Oorja Protonics, Inc. to create hybrid solutions for reliable power in the Canadian market. Using Oorja’s Direct Methanol Fuel Cell technology to generate power, they will offer an environmentally friendly solution for reliable, off-grid power.
“At Ensol Systems we see a tremendous opportunity for Oorja’s fuel cell technology to replace traditional combustion based power generation with a clean and reliable alternative. We are excited to work with the team at Oorja to bring this industry leading technology to the Canadian market.” – said Jim Brasset Operations Lead, Ensol Systems
Ensol’s power packages are built for harsh Canadian winters, tested to -40°C, and offer compact, lightweight design. With simple integration into new or existing sites, they are designed to operate autonomously and with zero emissions. This partnership will help Oorja leverage the vast expertise in fabricating, manufacturing and electrical design that Ensol Systems has to develop innovative solutions of the highest caliber that are considerate of the environment.
About Oorja Fuel Cells
Oorja is a world leader in liquid fuel cell technology for the materials-handling and telecommunications industries. Oorja fuel cells use methanol, a common, abundant, and readily-available liquid fuel. The company’s patented technology provides a high-power solution for multiple applications, allowing customers to lower operating costs while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The company is located in Fremont, California. For more information, visit: www.oorjafuelcells.com