IPCEI Hy2Tech approval: Nedstack now set to break gigawatt production capacity barrier

With the news that the European Commission has today (Friday 15) approved the Europe-wide IPCEI Hy2Tech-programme on hydrogen, Nedstack is primed to break the gigawatt production capacity barrier at its advanced fuel cell manufacturing centre.

Founded in 1999 by AkzoNobel, Nedstack is a Dutch developer and manufacturer of PEM Fuel cell power solutions, and a participant to the IPCEI Hy2Tech programme.

The partnership aims to industrialise hydrogen technologies within the region and was today approved, under EU State aid rules, as an Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI).

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