Dana and Robert Bosch want to produce over 100 million metallic bipolar plates, a key component in a fuel cell stack, for Europe, Asia Pacific and North America as part of a new agreement which will support the global hydrogen economy.
The duo on Wednesday (Sep 29) inked a long-term cooperation agreement to solidify the effort which will see work begin on the “next generation” of metallic bipolar plates through an enhanced manufacturing process.
Metallic bipolar plates are an integral component in the fuel cell stack and deliver improved cost, performance, and seamless assembly, aiding the fuel cell-powered mobility market. Dana will supply these components as part of the agreement.
The Bosch overall fuel cell stack system will enable both companies to further improve the bipolar plates design for further generations with regards to cost competitiveness and performance.
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