Offering services for mechanical, chemical, materials, testing and certifying new systems, developing solutions for optimizing performance, and remaining life analysis of technologies in the oil and gas market.
Areas of Focus
The Clean Energy market consists of companies involved in the production of renewable energy and the development and operation of non-fossil-fuel vehicles. These companies need services for testing and certifying new systems and novel solutions for optimizing performance. They must also develop and deploy new technologies to improve operational efficiency and safety, and must assess the condition of equipment and components in the field.
Powertech has a long history of developing new technologies and testing systems for hydrogen-fueled vehicles and fueling stations. Powertech’s Hydrogen Infrastructure department pioneered the design of turnkey, containerized hydrogen fueling station packages, developed the world’s first 700 bar hydrogen fast fill station, and designed one of the first retail-style dispensers. Powertech’s Gas Systems Testing department offers independent testing services for high-pressure components and systems used in alternate fuel vehicles and fueling infrastructure.
Powertech also provides services for electric vehicle (EV) fleet modernization and optimization, data collection and analytics, vehicle-grid integration, and vehicle charging management. We have developed and tested a variety of smart charging solutions, mobile and web apps to help EV drivers to manage their charging, and utility operator interfaces for leveraging EVs and other controllable loads as virtual power plants.
Powertech Labs have the expert staff and knowledge to provide material verification and R&D testing for metals, nonmetallic, ceramics, coatings and contaminants.
- Renewable energy systems
- Optimizing performance
- Hydrogen fueling systems
- EV solutions
- Chemical analysis
- Metallurgical testing
- Mechanical testing
- Corrosion testing
- Root cause determination, solutions and prevent recurrence (in the event of failure)