Bredenoord, together with partners such as Nedstack, is the first company to deploy hydrogen fuel cell technique for mobile energy generators. On the 15 August 2010 in the Netherlands an entire floating stage at Lowlands Festival was supplied by sustainable energy. The Llowlab-islands obtain their full energy supply from the hydrogen generator Purity and for this festival Bredenoord, together with its partners, developed a second Purity, that has over three times as much capacity as the earlier model. Alredy in Germany, Denmark and Great Britain there is a demand for sustainable energy during events and Earlier this Summer, Bredenoord used its sustainable technique for part of the energy supply at the Glastonbury Festival and at three smaller festivals in the London area.
The latest Purity model has a capacity of 17,5 kVA, more than sufficient to provide the entire Llowlab with energy. The smallest version of the Purity, with a capacity of 5kW, has been operational at Glastonbury 2010, with the specific task of functioning as a supplement for the solar power generators. Inside the extremely silent fuel cell generator an electro-chemical reaction takes place between hydrogen and oxygen from the air. This process only releases heat and clean water; so no emission of soot and particulate matter! This makes the Purity an important option for a sustainable future of events.
Bredenoord is a family concern that has been involved in the rental, sales and production of mobile energy for over 70 years. In addition to the Purity line, the company has, amongst others, also developed the Clear Air, a filter that reduces soot emission by 99%,and complete biogas CHP’s (combined heat and power) .Thus the customer has the choice of mobile energy from different fuel types and with different types of emission. In spring 2010 Bredenoord won the prestigious European Rental Award, a result of good management and its innovating initiatives.