Symbio, a joint venture between Forvia, Michelin, and Stellantis, has officially inaugurated SymphonHy, Europe’s largest integrated fuel cell production site.
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Nedstack and thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering have inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on supplying a semi-automated Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Production System.
Alfa Laval is launching a new business unit, aptly named the Business Unit Electrolyzer and Fuel Cell Technologies, with the strategic goal of seizing opportunities in the burgeoning hydrogen sector.
Hydrogen fuel cells, long considered a beacon of sustainable energy, have taken a significant step forward, thanks to pioneering research by the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST).
Bramble Energy, a leading developer of hydrogen fuel cell technology, has published a pivotal whitepaper identifying a clear path to creating the world’s lowest-cost fuel cell. This breakthrough technology has the potential to revolutionize the hydrogen economy and drive mass adoption across mobility and energy sectors.
SFC Energy, a leading provider of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells, has recently unveiled its new “HIGH Power Platform” of hydrogen fuel cells with up to 200 kW of power and proprietary membrane technology. This new platform represents a significant breakthrough for the company, as it allows it to enter new market segments and offer more powerful fuel cells to its customers.
GDS and SK ecoplant have joined forces to conduct a groundbreaking trial of fuel cell power supply solutions for GDS’s upcoming data center in Singapore. This collaboration signifies a commitment to promoting sustainable development and renewable energy use in the region.
Rheinmetall has secured a significant order for cathode and shut-off valves in the low double-digit million euro range from a prominent player in Europe’s heavy-duty transport fuel cell sector.
HDF Energy, a hydrogen fuel cell company hailing from France, has set its sights on making a substantial impact in the Southern Hemisphere.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are pioneering a groundbreaking approach by harnessing hydrogen fuel cell technologies.