As part of its hydrogen business expansion, Hyundai Oilbank will begin producing fuel cell separators.
The petroleum and refinery firm will collaborate with Hyundai Motor Company on the project, which will take place in Seosan, South Korea.
According to rumors, the facility will be a new development, and Hyundai plans to begin testing its products there within the year.
The separator, one of the most important components of a fuel cell stack, is created by stacking hundreds of unit cells made up of cathodes and anodes.
The separator serves as a route for providing hydrogen to the anode and oxygen to the cathode, as well as a support for the stack’s unit cells.