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Black Knight identifies US opportunities for expeditionary fuel cell

28th June 2023 - 15:00 GMT | by Wilder Alejandro Sanchez in Washington DC


At Modern Day Marine, the EMILY 3000 was showcased aboard a Polaris MRZR Alpha. (Photo: author)

Black Knight Group sees the US Marine Corps' expeditionary light vehicles as an application for the SFC Energy EMILY 3000 fuel cell.

The EMILY 3000 fuel cell is ‘virtually signature-free', has 'silent and emission-free operation, with no exhaust gases,’ and can simplify logistics and costs ‘for the increasingly power-hungry payloads US Marines deploy for operations,’ Black Knight, which is distributing the system in the US, explained to Shephard at the Modern Day Marine event. German-based SFC Energy produces the fuel cell.

The EMILY 3000 can automatically recharge on-board batteries and act as a field-based charging station. According to Black Knight, the fuel cell can be integrated into vehicles such as the Polaris DAGOR, MRZR and Alpha.

The cell is connected to the on-board

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Wilder Alejandro Sanchez


Wilder Alejandro Sanchez

Wilder Alejandro Sánchez is an analyst who covers defense & security, geopolitical, and trade issues …

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