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Estonian Ministry of Defence awards funds to hydrogen generator project

Estonian Ministry of Defence awards funds to hydrogen generator project

PowerUP Fuel Cells OÜ has been awarded €88,463 ($104,000) for its 6kW hydrogen fuel cell tactical generator by the Estonian Ministry of Defence today (July 1).

This amounts to 22% of the total project cost dubbed UP6K.

The Estonian Ministry of Defence is supporting six forward-looking defence industry projects with a total sum of €500,000 ($593,000) to give the forces the opportunity to familiarise itself with innovative solutions and test new technologies.

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