TCP (Taylor Construction Plant) hydrogen fuel-cell/battery hybrid products include lighting towers and power generators which produce zero carbon emissions (at point of delivery), are virtually silent in operation, and eliminate risk of fuel spills.
Highlights on the TCP stand at Railworx will include the EcoliteTH200 hydrogen fuel-cell lighting tower, developed in partnership with BOC, a member of the Linde Group, and the Ecolite CCTV hydrogen fuel-cell tower, which provides cost-effective temporary site security with remote monitoring and on-site recording.
On stand RJ1, TCP will also be demonstrating a welfare cabin unit powered by solar photovoltaic (PV) panels and the ECO GH2 hydrogen DC power generator, developed in partnership with Intelligent Energy, working alongside the LGP 2500 Power Pack.
This is a unique opportunity to discover how TCP is using clean-air technology to enable tools, lighting, CCTV and welfare units to be powered off-grid without harmful emissions.
Come visit us on stand RJ1