Long touted as “the fastest way to a zero-emission world” by automotive giants, hydrogen fuel is the future of clean energy. TCP is the first company in the world to apply this technology to LED light towers, bringing the power of hydrogen to your site. Instead of polluting exhaust fumes, the only by-product created by our fuel cells is clean water during a safe, silent chemical reaction.
Under Section 61, contractors have the legal obligation to ensure that noise created on their site is minimised – something especially true for work at night. One of the leading causes of noise pollution is, of course, power generators. However, when the time comes to turn our lights on, the Ecolites run silently – perfect for those looking to comply with the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Zero Groundspill Risk
Our hydrogen cells operate under a fully controlled chemical reaction that’s entirely closed and contained, ensuring zero chance of spillage. This is perfect for sensitive sites where you don’t want to risk ground contamination from liquid fuels.
TCP has worked alongside BOC, one of the world’s leading gas manufacturers, to produce a product that is as safe – and user friendly – as traditional fossil fuel methods. Together with our partners, decades of extensive development have been put into designing and testing our products to ensure that they meet all accepted safety standards. We continue to work closely with all of our clients to ensure the safe use of our products, while keeping abreast of the latest safety developments through membership of interest groups such as Hydrogen London. For further information on hydrogen fuel cell safety, see here.
As a complement to our hydrogen-powered suite of lighting products, we also offer a range of diesel-powered alternatives. Here, you can expect the same level of commitment to safety and environmental best practice as our hydrogen-powered solutions, with our diesel lighting towers using 75% less fuel than their standard competitors. As such, they’re capable of running for up to 170 hours unsupervised.