Bosch opens hydrogen-compatible fuel cell pilot plant

Bosch on Wednesday opened a fuel cell pilot plant in Wernau, Germany based on Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology.

The system consists of three fuel cell devices for stationary applications that supplement the existing power supply of the plant in Wernau in a way that saves CO2 and drives further development of these decentralised energy systems.

“Bosch has recognised the huge economic potential associated with hydrogen and fuel cell technology, both in the mobility sector and in the area of ​​stationary energy supply,” said Franz Untersteller, Baden-Württemberg’s Minister for the Environment, Climate and Energy Industry.

“And not only that: with hydrogen, the economic prospects complement each other wonderfully with the ecological benefits. This technology is a key technology for climate protection.”

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