TECO 2030 and thyssenkrupp automation engineering ink an agreement for the delivery of fuel cell manufacturing equipment to Narvik.
The Memorandum of Understanding serves as a basis for cooperation for the delivery and setup of the fuel cell manufacturing line at TECO 2030’s Innovation Center in Narvik. The whole set of tools, including test tools and stack assembly, will be provided by thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering to finish the first full production line.
This initial manufacturing line at the TECO 2030 Innovation Center in Narvik will be the first of many, and it will help the area of northern Norway create a large number of new employment.
“I believe this MoU with thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering symbolizes the beginning of a long-term and robust relationship,” stated Tore Enger, Group CEO of TECO 2030.
“We are happy to work with a reputable supplier like thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering and look forward to moving forward with the fuel cell production project in Narvik.”
“We are greatly looking forward to working with TECO 2030 in attaining zero-emission shipping and heavy industry, and their objective of creating a full PEM fuel cell production line in Narvik,” stated Michael Menneking, CEO of thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering.