Tersus Power, using Patent Pending IP, is completing development of an advanced, stationary, and flexible fuel processor (FP) that produces hydrogen onsite at fueling stations for automotive and HD trucks. Tersus Power’s new generation of low-pressure steam reformers address a wide range of specifications with the highest safety standards. The FP is designed for high efficiency and long life, while maintaining a low capital cost. Tersus Power adheres to Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFM&A) principles and respects emissions standards, while affording scalability. The initial design of the low-cost FP produces 1250kg/day hydrogen output to cover the needs of the consumer transportation market. Scalability is accomplished by coupling 4 of these units to create a solution for truck stops that will produce up to 5000kg/day for HD trucks.
Tersus Power’s sole objective is to design a safe, adaptable, and affordable hydrogen fueling station that allows for rapid development and deployment of hydrogen fueling infrastructure, while minimizing the risk to our investors. Our modular pre-fabricated fueling stations could be produced on a very large scale and available immediately for delivery to our participating sites in order to meet the growing demand for hydrogen fuel. The success of these stations will build increased confidence in the hydrogen vehicle market for both consumers and investors.
The station production equipment will be housed in a modular steel hardened exoskeleton platform similar to a 40 ft shipping container depending on the production requirements for a given site. The platform would contain a fully operational hydrogen production system. Each fueling station will be preassembled and rigorously tested in our own manufacturing facility to ensure minimum configuration at time of delivery. The design enhanced side panels that cover the structure will give it a permanent look and feel while providing further stability to the structure as a whole. The panels will be removable to provide access to production equipment for the purposes of maintenance and repair.
The modular fueling station will be placed on the existing site on a prepared concrete pad that could support a more permanent installation. This approach allows for a narrowly focused permitting process which is necessary to connect the modular fueling stations to onsite utilities supporting the production of hydrogen.