SFC Energy receives another German Bundeswehr defense order, for vehicle-based and stationary power supplies

DGAP-News: SFC Energy AG / Key word(s): Incoming Orders

15.01.2018 / 07:30
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SFC Energy AG - Press Release

SFC Energy receives another German Bundeswehr defense order, for vehicle-based and stationary power supplies

- German Bundeswehr buys EMILY 2200 fuel cell systems; total order amount: approx. EUR 0.86 million.

- Systems already delivered in December 2017.

- The order represents repeat business for SFC Energy following the successful deployment of the fuel cell by German Bundeswehr in December 2011.

Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, January 15, 2018 - SFC Energy AG (F3C:DE, ISIN: DE0007568578), a leading provider of hybrid power solutions to the stationary and mobile power generation markets, announces receipt of an order of the Bundeswehr's Federal Office for Equipment, Information Technologies and Usage (BAAINBw) for supplying off-grid power to devices on board of defense vehicles and to soldiers in the field. The order has a volume of approx. EUR 0.86 million and is the second order to SFC Energy by the BAAINBw following the EUR 3.6 million order received on December 12, 2017.

The order is another follow-up order for EMILY 2200 fuel cell systems, following their successful deployment by BAAINBw in December 2011. At that point, EMILY 2200 had been also assigned a NATO stock number (NSN). As of today, it still is the only fuel cell in Germany to have achieved this high level of standardization.

"This is an important order for our Company: Another follow-up order, it clearly demonstrates the many decisive advantages our EMILY 2200 fuel cell system brings to German Bundeswehr missions", says Dr. Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC Energy. "Our highly efficient, silent, environmentally friendly power generator provides reliable power to electric and electronic defense devices in the field - anywhere and anytime, vehicle-based, stationary, or as a battery charger. We are very proud to contribute to more soldier safety, flexibility and mobility with our products. The success of our products in German Bundeswehr applications is a strong positive signal for our international business activities."

The EMILY 2200 system was specifically developed to meet demanding requirements in defense applications. It fully complies with military standards.

Numerous international NATO and PfP defense organizations use SFC Energy fuel cell products. SFC fuel cell and accessory products carry a NATO stock number and are approved for air transport according to UN3473.

Additional information on the SFC Energy's off-grid power portfolio for defense, security & safety, oil & gas, wind, traffic management, environmental and telecommunications applications at www.sfc.com.

About SFC Energy Group
SFC Energy AG (www.sfc.com) is a leading provider of hybrid solutions to the stationary and portable power generation markets. SFC is the number one supplier of fuel cells, with over 38,000 fuel cells sold to date. The Company has award-winning products and serves a range of applications in the Oil and Gas, Security and Industry, and Consumer markets. The Company is headquartered in Brunnthal/Munich, Germany, operates production facilities in the Netherlands, Romania, and Canada, and sales offices in the U.S and Canada. SFC Energy AG is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard (GSIN: 756857 ISIN: DE0007568578).

SFC Press Contact:
Ulrike Schramm
SFC Energy AG
Eugen-Saenger-Ring 7
D-85649 Brunnthal
Tel. +49 89 673 592-377
Fax. +49 89 673 592-169
Email: [email protected]



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