Fuel Cell Provider Ballard Power Wins the PWC Canada 2018 Vision to Reality Award for its Fuel Cell Technology

PWC Canada recently announced its award winners for its yearly Vision to Reality Awards and Ballard Power received the Builder award.

The Builder

Ballard Power Systems from British Columbia developed a technology that accelerates the adoption of fuel cell technology for zero-emission power systems like portable power, forklifts, and heavy-duty vehicles (trucks, buses and trains).

The organization has developed an electrode design and fuel cell stack using a non-precious metal catalyst developed by its partner, Nisshinbo.

What problem is the innovation trying to solve?

Randy MacEwen, President and CEO, Ballard Power Systems“ We’re helping reduce air pollution and mitigate climate change with our clean transportation solution.”

The innovation:

Randy MacEwen, President and CEO, Ballard Power Systems “Our team has developed an innovative electrode design and fuel cell stack using a groundbreaking non-precious metal catalyst developed by our partner, Nisshinbo. This will accelerate the adoption of fuel cell technology for zero-emission power systems, including portable power, forklifts and heavy-duty vehicles (trucks, buses and trains).”

The winners and finalists were selected by an independent panel of judges.

All of the organizations selected have demonstrated innovative thinking and problem solving, creating solutions that have challenged convention, turning their vision into a reality.