Stacking up: Inside PowerCell Sweden’s new lab

It’s an exciting time for PowerCell Sweden following the inauguration of its fuel cell laboratory and recent collaboration with German auto supplier Bosch to jointly mass produce hydrogen fuel cells for the automotive segment.

The developer and producer of fuel cell stacks and systems is currently experiencing a strong growth in interest and demand for its technology as it begins to explore new market segments.

The company’s fuel cells are based on a unique technology, giving its fuel cell stacks a market leading power density. Setting its stacks aside from its competitors’, PowerCell stacks use steel plates instead of graphite, something which makes its stack much more durable and resilient – an ideal feature for use in automotive applications.

“We are currently the only cell manufacturer that can combine steel plates with a very compact format and high-power output,” said CEO Per Wassén (pictured left, cutting the ribbon).

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