Clean power for customers and partners

Our fuel cells provide back-up power, as well as temporary primary power or work in a hybrid configuration with renewable sources such as solar and/or wind. Serving both current and future needs for power solutions, our methanol-fueled power system is a great match for the telecom industry. Other applications include residential, industrial and commercial where our systems provide an excellent alternative to diesel generators for back-up of services or powering equipment, where the use of grid power is challenging or not possible.

Since 2006, SerEnergy has deployed more than a thousand fuel cell units globally. Below is a sample of our customers’ and partners’ cases.

Challenges of climate (change)

Challenges of climate (change) Fuel cells – a green, reliable response The UN’s climate panel, IPCC’s recent report on climate changes predicts massive impact on environment due to global heating. And we have seen already, how these climate challenges interfere with our everyday lives, in some cases to catastrophic degrees. It seems the world is beginning to [...]

Power by Trailer-solution for construction sites

Solteknikk/Enetech, a SerEnergy partner, has developed a compact, mobile and sustainable trial in an effort to showcase the solution viable to meet future construction sites' demands for more sustainable and people-/environment-friendly solutions in Norway.

SerEnergy Fuel cells – a green response to monsoon challenges

The hybrid consists of fuel cells and solar panels where the system operates at night after the sun sets, cools down when the sun rises, and re-starts charging on the solar batteries. During the 6-8 weeks monsoon season, the fuel cells generate power more than 24 or 48 hours continuous.


In an effort to transition to more sustainable and environment-friendly solutions, while providing connectivity to more communities, Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) will roll out fuel cell sites in challenged-grid areas nationwide starting Q2 2021 until the end of the year.

Residential energy

The climate cabin "MBI" embraces all aspects of sustainability, in terms of environmentally friendly materials, construction and an energy / climate-friendly operation. Energy for the cabinet will be secured by 1.8 kW solar cells and 5 kW methanol powered fuel cell.

Deployable Power Unit

HiPower’s mini mGen 2 is an upgraded version of mini mGen, and is targeted for commercial mobile power generator use. The methanol power generator can provide quiet, clean, and long-lasting power for outdoor use.

Micro Grid

Transforming from centralized power plant to distributed micro-grid power system has turned out to be a sustainable way of meeting power supply in remote locations.

Auxiliary Power Units

To enable police execution of temporary roadblocks in various locations, hiPower has integrated H3-5000 as a mobile methanol generator. The system is coupled with a 48V 6kWh Lithium battery, 80L fuel tank, and an inverter for its purpose.

Substations back-up

Low space requirement can easily be achieved with SerEnergy H3-5000 Fuel cell module. Here you get up to 15kW and 220 kWh backup within a footprint  of 1x1m.

Power solutions

SerEnergy and UK Based Generator Power have joined forces in order to exploit increasing opportunities for providing power solutions into telecom, utility and industry.

EV-driven vehicles

With SerEnergy’s H3-5000 high voltage fuel cell, HiPower meets the demand for primary power supply to fast charging scooter stations.

Mini mGen – AGV use

Hipower uses H3-5000 for its “auto guide vehicle”. Mini mGen comes with wheels and motors, is powered by a methanol fuel cell. The unit offers 24kW peak power, and 15kW continuous power.