– New company, jointly owned by Elringklinger and Plastic Omnium, ready to supply fuel cell stacks and components for broad range of applications
– Initial annual production capacity of up to 10,000 stacks already available
– In parallel, Plastic Omnium acquires ElringKlinger’s subsidiary for integrated hydrogen systems to complement its global hydrogen strategy
EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies, is now ready to start operations, having implemented all contractual arrangements and been granted the necessary antitrust approvals. The newly created company offers state of the art and cost competitive fuel cell stacks and components for a broad range of applications, with an initial focus on commercial vehicles and buses and then on passenger cars. Specialist vehicles, trains, and ships are also fields of development.
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