Intelligent Energy forms close ties with Saxony, Germany, as talks to bring hydrogen fuel cells to the region commences

Intelligent Energy, developers of innovative hydrogen fuel cells, could soon be expanding its operations to Germany with talks beginning with Saxony over collaboration opportunities.

A Saxony state delegation made up of Martin Dulig, the Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Economic Affairs for Labour and Transport, and Gerhard Liebscher, Member of the Saxon Parliament, toured Intelligent Energy’s facilities at Holywell Park, UK, and saw first-hand how a hydrogen fuel cell is produced.

It is hoped that this could build into a positive and close relationship with potential to introduce hydrogen fuel cell technologies into the Saxon industry.

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