Nedstack: Where fuel cells and power plants meet

Nedstack is a fuel cell stack and power system manufacturer based in the Netherlands, which spun out from it’s former parent company – AkzoNobel – in 1999. Among Nedstack’s greatest achievements are the creation of the world’s first megawatt sized PEM power system in 2011, the delivery of the world’s longest-running PEM power system, which has accumulated 70,000 running hours, and the installation of the world’s largest PEM power system operating today.

In relatively quick order, Nedstack has established itself as a true global champion in the safety-critical, high-power PEM fuel cell domain.

Levelised cost of energy: why lifetime matters
While most of the PEM industry has been committed to delivering excellence in power-density based on automotive supply chain integration, Nedstack has instead prioritised the levelised cost of energy (LCoE) of PEM solutions and pursued a leadership role in the design and delivery of industrial-grade systems.

Consequently, its PEM power plant solutions – which are commercialised under the PemGen® label – offer lengthy service intervals, 20 years of in-field use, and excellent efficiency.

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