Advent to develop fuel cell technologies for the automotive industry

Advent Technologies is developing new fuel cell technology for the automotive industry aimed at addressing the hydrogen infrastructure challenge.

The Hydrogen and fuel cell technology specialist is working with Los Alamos National Labs, University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), University of New Mexico and Toyota Motor North America R&D (TMNA R&D) on high-temperature polymer electrolyte membrane (HT-PEM) fuel cell technology.

Advent will work on four key objectives as part of a fuel cell development programme.

One of the four main objectives will see the consortium look to advance the efficiency of the HT-PEM fuel cell systems to 70%, instead of 60%, as part of an effort to advance long haul trucks using hydrogen fuel cells.

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