Canadian Manufacturing

Next Hydrogen expands after-market service support with acquisition of CleanFuel Systems

CleanFuel Systems has experience developing energy systems and delivering customer focused solutions, while providing after build support and services.

April 12, 2021  by CM Staff

TORONTO — On Apr. 12, Next Hydrogen Corporation announced that it had acquired the assets of CleanFuel Systems Inc., a hydrogen system integration and service company focused on delivering energy solutions through system design, component integration and development, and engineering solutions.

CleanFuel Systems has experience developing energy systems and delivering customer focused solutions, while providing after build support and services. CleanFuel Systems is a company involved in hydrogen system integration, operation, and service with 60 plus system installs including temporary and permanent sites while integrating over 200 hydrogen fuel cells from cell tower temporary power to large scale generation and forklift fuel cell integration. In addition to hydrogen integration services, CleanFuel Systems provides hydrogen safety consulting and technician education development consulting.

Shane Day has also joined the Next Hydrogen leadership team as Vice President of Operations. Shane has experience in the hydrogen industry managing hydrogen projects from conception through product deployment. Shane managed the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of Canada’s first two on-site hydrogen generation and dispensing facilities for forklifts powered by fuel cells.

“We are very excited to have Shane Day join our leadership team, as he is very familiar with our product offerings and will play a critical role in expanding the scope of our after-market customer service support,” said Raveel Afzaal, President and CEO of Next Hydrogen. “This is the first of many exciting growth milestones for this year as we lay the groundwork to scale, and position ourselves as a leading one-stop solutions provider for our valued customers.”

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