Mahle to expand fuel cell research with €2m hydrogen facility

German auto supplier Mahle is set to investigate new fuel cells and zero-emission engines at its new €2m ($2.4m) test centre in Stuttgart, Germany, dedicated to hydrogen research.

The test centre’s activities will focus on developing drive systems and components for heavy-duty commercial vehicles with Mahle believing that hydrogen in fuel cells and combustion engines is an important contribution to sustainable transportation.

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