Engineering, Design & Project Management

American Wind Power & Hydrogen

American Wind Power & Hydrogen (AWP&H), with offices in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and North Carolina, is a consulting, systems integration, and project management firm specializing in projects involving wind power and hydrogen.  AWP&H’s focus is on helping customers in the eastern U.S. and Canada implement zero-emission transportation solutions using hydrogen-fueled vehicles.  AWP&H is a systems integrator of large scale hydrogen facilities and is defining the market with demonstration projects and studies for large scale hydrogen infrastructure projects.

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AWP&H focuses on fleets of vehicles based at dedicated sites for fueling and maintenance.  AWP&H has a contract with the State University at Buffalo to oversee the dedication of a fleet of hydrogen-fueled variants of the Toyota Prius hybrid car, and has a letter of intent from Bronx Community College for a similar fleet.  AWP&H is working to establish hydrogen car fleets at several other universities.  AWP&H is also actively promoting the use of hydrogen-fueled buses, and is discussing the use of such vehicles with transit agencies such as the Capital District Transportation (Albany) Authority.  AWP&H has also targeted airports, military bases, and corporate fleets for adoption of hydrogen fueled vehicles.

AWP&H works with sources of technology and manpower to implement its projects.  Current AWP&H partners include ISE Corporation, Marcon-DDM, Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Quantum. AWP&H is also partnered with TransPower via the Tri-State Hydrogen Bus Corporation, which plans to establish a manufacturing plant in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut to install hydrogen-based hybrid drive systems (using fuel cells and hydrogen-burning internal combustion engines) into large transit buses.



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