Dynapower power conversion systems will be utilized in hybrid-powered crane electrification pilot project in Vancouver, Canada
SOUTH BURLINGTON, VERMONT – Dynapower is pleased to announce that it has been selected by TYCROP Manufacturing Ltd and hydrogen specialists, H2 Portable , to provide power conversion systems (PCS) to support DP World ’s RTG (Rubber-Tired Gantry) Crane decarbonization pilot project. DP World, one of the world’s largest port operators and trade enablers, has 1,500 RTGs globally at their 80+ terminals across 40 countries.
To cut CO2 emissions globally and reach net zero carbon goals by 2040, DP World is migrating its global fleet of assets from diesel to electric, investing in renewable power and exploring alternative fuels. The installation in Vancouver, designed, manufactured, and integrated by TYCROP Manufacturing Ltd, will be the first RTG crane powered by both a hydrogen fuel cell system and a battery energy storage system (BESS) in the Americas.
Bryan AllenDynapower Hydrogen Director
“Supporting this kind of innovation is right in our wheelhouse”, said Dynapower’s Director of Hydrogen, Bryan Allen . “We’ve been at the forefront developing technology to support decarbonization in all types of industries. We applaud DP World’s environmental commitment as well as TYCROP’s skilled architecture and integration of this game-changing design. This system harnesses the best of hybrid technology and power conversion systems and leverages each technology to maximize the performance of the RTG crane. We’re very proud to be part of this cutting-edge pilot project.”
Dynapower is a trusted leader in all types of power conversion and energy storage. For over 60 years, our products have energized and strengthened vital industries including hydrogen, e-mobility, energy storage, mining, metal finishing and defense. To learn more about our work on the DP World project, please contact us and one of our technical advisors will reach out to talk with you.