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© HDF Energy
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© HDF Energy

HDF installs high-power hydrogen fuel cell factory in France

Hydrogéne de France (HDF) Energy has inaugurated its fuel cell manufacturing plant located in Blanquefort, France.

The plant will be capable of developing 1MW+ fuel cells, which are expected to serve the decarbonisation of heavy maritime and rail mobility, along with the production of electricity for public power grids.

Up to 80% of the proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell tech will be exported from the facility, which is anticipated to complete its industrial process this year. In 2025, the pre-production phase will begin, before industrialisation from 2026 onwards – with the aim of producing 1GW per year by 2030.

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