Loop Energy Shares Europe Go-to-Market Strategy at Swiss-Canadian Cleantech Summit

On March 17, Loop Energy President & CEO, Ben Nyland, spoke at the virtual Swiss-Canadian Cleantech Innovation Summit to share how Loop Energy is bringing its technology to Europe. Speaking to a range of Canadian and Swiss businesses, investors and government officials, Ben explored what makes Europe an attractive market for hydrogen fuel cell technology and the strategies Loop Energy is employing to enter it.

Loop Energy also announced its commercial agreement with Innotest AG, a Switzerland-based developer of stationary power systems. Innotest purchased one S300 Series fuel cell system to integrate into its Home Power  Energy Systems.

Following his presentation, Ben joined a panel to discuss challenges and opportunities for cleantech companies looking to bring their products to Europe.

Watch Ben’s presentation and panel discussion below: