Today's leading provider of fuel cells for critical backup power applications.


Problem they are Solving?

The need for reliable power – even during natural and man-made disasters - beyond what’s currently offered by today’s limited diesel generators and batteries.

Their Solution?

Low-cost, robust critical backup and remote primary power systems based on their proprietary fuel cell technology.


Chrysalix take from Portfolio Manager, Mike Sherman


1. What is the insight that led to Chrysalix investing?

Reliable power is critical to our essential infrastructure, but it’s often not available. Telecoms, utilities, government and transportation are all looking for a better solution to current diesel generators and batteries. ReliOn’s unique commercial fuel cell power systems provide higher reliability, greater redundancy, lower maintenance and longer backup run times at lower cost than batteries and generators.



2. What is the company’s biggest strength?

ReliOn’s power systems were designed from the ground up specifically for its telecommunications customers by a seasoned telecom industry team. ReliOn’s core philosophy is that simplicity yields reliability. Their systems are modular, scalable, redundant and robust, operating in a wider range of environmental extremes than competitors. ReliOn has more fuel cell systems deployed and a higher reliability in the field than any other competing fuel cell manufacturer. Their technology yields fundamentally higher reliability and lower cost to competing solutions.


3. What is the implication of this company being successful?

ReliOn enables stable dependable telecommunications systems that keep running when natural and manmade disasters crash the grid. Today ReliOn is trusted to back up utility SCADA systems, emergency 911 radio networks, FAA aircraft ground control systems, US Customs & Border Protection surveillance, and worldwide cellular networks. ReliOn’s high reliability systems ensure dial tone no matter what happens or where you are.


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