AFC Energy launches hydrogen fuel cell test facility

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AFC Energy has opened its dedicated Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) Fuel Cell test facility in Surrey, United Kingdom.

AFC Energy continued to take positive measures along its path to unleash the pre-commercial version of its new high-powered HydroX-Cell(S)TM fuel cell system.

After the June 2020 update, the Company has built and is opening its latest HydroX-Cell(S)TM Fuel Cell Research Facility to facilitate the accelerated work planned to fulfill their growth plans.

The original design work on the ‘S’ AEM fuel cell series stack design was concluded on the basis of their scaled-up MEA. The final installation of this unit will be completed in April and will include the set-up required to test the design requirements for the 10 kW HydroX-Cell(S)TM fuel cell stack. The Company announced its intentions to release early commercial size HydroX-Cell(S)TM stacks to the industry at the end of 2022 and remains on target to meet this timetable.

Arnes Biogradlija

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