Advent Technologies’ fuel cell project set to receive $1.83m in funding

Advent Technologies Holdings’ subsidiary has managed to secure funding approval for its latest hydrogen-based project.

Advent Technologies’ R&D project will be supported by the Danish Energy Technology Development and Demonstration Programme (EUDP) with approximately $1.83m, which is scheduled to kick off in Q2 2024 and span across three years.

The ‘Modular Efficient Power Generation with Advanced Fuel Cell Power Convertors’ project will pioneer the development of a modular, scalable, high-density DC-DC power convertor, specifically tailored for Advent’s next generation high temperature proton exchange membrane (HT-PEM) fuel cell applications.

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