Fuel cell manufacturer Nedstack has joined the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) in a bid to bring its solutions to the Scottish hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem.
The Netherlands-based company is an active member in both Hydrogen Europe and the Dutch Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Association (NWBA) and recognises building the hydrogen economy required a coordinated effort from the whole hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem.
Nedstack said it is committed actively to working towards a successful hydrogen energy transition, in cooperation with its peers and partners.
“At Nedstack we enable the hydrogen economy by developing, realising, verifying, applying and servicing PEM fuel cell solutions,” the company said.
“Our responsibility is to be a partner to industry and a partner to society by tailoring our solutions and services to achieve optimal energy efficiency, large scale deployment of zero-emission power systems and balanced power grids.”