High performing hydrogen stations are at the centre of a new technological partnership between McPhy and Plastic Omnium.
Sharing the news today (6th May), the two companies said they will collaborate on filling protocols and interfaces between hydrogen stations and high-pressure tanks.
Such effort is through to improve both the performance and capability of station equipment and enable a successful transition towards sustainable mobility – a key focus for both parties.
“This partnership with Plastic Omnium, with whom we share the same technological and industrial challenges, is an example of cooperation that McPhy intends to implement in order to cross-fertilise its expertise with other major stakeholders in the hydrogen sector, in a true sector logic,” said Laurent Carme, CEO of McPhy.
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