McPhy and Plastic Omnium sign tech partnership deal

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McPhy signs a technological partnership with Plastic Omnium to strengthen its station offering and develop the hydrogen mobility ecosystem

McPhy has announced a technical collaboration with Plastic Omnium, primarily to collaborate on filling protocols and interfaces between hydrogen stations and high-pressure tanks.

The two groups hope to enhance the efficiency and usability of this equipment, which is a key factor in the protection and reliability of secure and rapid refueling, by pooling some key areas of expertise and cooperating on a sector-wide basis. The advances made would hasten the industrialization of decarbonized hydrogen in transportation and pave the way for a smooth transition to sustainable mobility.

“This partnership with Plastic Omnium, with whom we share the same technological and industrial challenges, is an example of cooperation that McPhy intends to implement in order to cross-fertilize its expertise with other major stakeholders in the hydrogen sector, in a true sector logic. It allows us to accelerate the development of hydrogen stations, to prepare an industrialized, market-scaled and competitive offer.”

Laurent Carme, CEO of McPhy

“Sustainable mobility challenges require an agile and open approach. This partnership with McPhy ties in perfectly with Plastic Omnium’s strategy to develop its expertise in this sector in order to extend its technological and industrial lead in the rapidly growing hydrogen market.”

Laurent Favre, CEO of Plastic Omnium
Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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