The need for reliable, high-power energy solutions that are both efficient and environmentally friendly is higher than ever.
There’s lots to be proud of as a Canadian. The breathtaking natural landscapes, culturally-rich cities and strong communities make the country a destination for millions from abroad every year. For Colin Hicks, Business Development Representative with SFC Energy, the pride he has in his home country also includes its global leadership in the effort toward clean resource development.
These days, news feeds seem to be filled with headlines about ‘the hydrogen economy.’ We have a little background in that area, so we thought we’d weigh in with a rundown on what it’s all about.
A leading supplier of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for stationary and mobile hybrid power solutions, secured another follow-up order from a Canadian oil producer for the supply of fully integrated frequency converters (VFDs).
SFC Energy: Alberta oil producer places multiple follow-up orders with a total volume of more than CAD 10 million
Follow-up orders for more successful, fully integrated Variable Frequency Drive systems (VFDs) of SFC Energy. SFC Energy´s VFD systems help customers to significantly reduce costs and energy consumption with unique installation and operations benefits. Orders total in excess of CAD 10 million.
Strategic large-volume follow-up order from LiveView Technologies USA confirms high demand for fuel cells and lays foundation for future US presence.
You may recognize him as the host of SFC Energy Academy’s technical webinars, or maybe the “Schneider Electric guy.” But we know him as Paul Cook, Technical Sales Specialist, automation expert, and an all-around fantastic team member.
The word “sales” can get a bad rap. Sometimes it’s even associated with pushy, manipulative, profit-centric tactics that leave customers high and dry. But Bruce Lavoie, Technical Sales Specialist with SFC Energy, has built an impressive career taking the opposite approach. In fact, he sees a customer’s success as inextricably linked to his own.
The story of SFC Energy Ltd.
Early in 2000, just after the Y2K scare and before the release of the first iPod, Smart Fuel Cell GmbH, a technology start-up from Brunnthal, Germany, became a pioneer in the commercialization of direct methanol fuel cells.
There’s no question: COVID-19 has resulted in massive changes to the way we live and work as individuals. Industry has also endured a tectonic-level shift and critical lessons in the way to approach operations going forward. Key among those lessons is the urgency for digital transformation in today’s industrial world.