GenCell’s EVOX and REX deliver sustainable and resilient distributed energy resources (DERs) that fill the power gap

May 16, 2024, Austin, TX – GenCell Inc., the U.S.-based subsidiary of GenCell Ltd., (TASE: GNCL), a leading provider of Hydrogen2Power™ technologies, announces the U.S. launch of the company’s multipurpose power solutions combining energy storage and hydrogen-fueled on-site power generation to supplement the grid day-to-day for EV charging and also provide backup power, grid stabilization and reliable, long-duration portable power for emergencies. GenCell Inc. is hosting an event in Austin, TX on Tuesday, May 21 to launch two flagship hydrogen-fueled backup power solutions in the U.S.

Uninterrupted Hydrogen-fueled Power for a Sustainable & Resilient Texas

Over the course of the half-day launch event in Austin, GenCell® will be discussing sustainability and resilience challenges facing the U.S. energy sector and previewing how the GenCell EVOX® and GenCell REX products contribute to resolving these issues.

Following the panel of energy thought leaders, the event will feature a live demo of the GenCell EVOX, a climate-resistant, zero-emission, uninterrupted multipurpose solution which ensures reliable power for mission-critical applications where grid infrastructure is insufficient or unavailable.  Not only does the EVOX ensure DC fast EV charging operations, it also provides grid-independent backup power for facilities, as well as mobile power for emergency and disaster response. Standalone or integrated into hybrid microgrids, EVOX hydrogen-fueled DERs ensure energy independence and security for communities, EV fleets and first responders.

In parallel GenCell will also be demonstrating the GenCell REX, a zero-emission 72+ hour hydrogen-powered utility substation auxiliary power solution. This rugged and reliable extended duration backup solution kicks in immediately in any weather conditions, maintaining electric utility circuit breaker auto-reclosers until the grid recovers, eliminating the risk of black starts, minimizing the impact of power outages, and allowing seamless power to utility customers.

“GenCell provides resilience in the face of increasingly frequent and severe climate issues. Perhaps no state understands the importance of this more than Texas, so we are especially thrilled to be launching EVOX and REX in Austin,” says Rami Reshef, CEO of GenCell Energy. “We have an opportunity here to improve emergency response and disaster recovery, provide backup power for business continuity and operational readiness for critical electric fleets, and support the grid being more resilient and stable, all while being completely sustainable.”

GenCell will be demonstrating its groundbreaking Hydrogen2Power technologies live Tuesday, May 21st at the Palmer Events Center. The event kicks off at 9:30 am with a keynote address by Karl Popham, Chair of the Electric Vehicle Leadership Council and founder of Mobility+Energy Consulting LLC. Next up follows a thought-provoking panel on energy and climate resilience moderated by Andrew Higgins, COB Texas Electric Transportation Resources Alliance (TxETRA) and featuring Ken Snipes, Director of Austin’s Office of Homeland Security; Jay Joseph, VP, Sustainability & Business Development, American Honda; Brian Hoff, VP Product Marketing, GE Vernova; Teesee Murray,  Turtle Chief Strategist & President TurtleX; and Michael Lewis, Sr. Research Engineer/Scientist at the University of Texas. If you cannot attend in person, there will also be a livestream available.

You can find all event information and register to attend here.



Bethany Ruhe