New consortium led by BMW and Hexagon Purus aiming to develop hydrogen storage system solutions for passenger vehicles

A new collaboration between Hexagon Purus, BMW, Bosch and TesTneT will aim to explore innovative new hydrogen storage system solutions that can be integrated into future fuel cell passenger vehicles.

The industry heavyweights will work together in a project dubbed FlatHyStor which defines its objective as creating a functional design and testing of an innovative hydrogen tank system.

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Hexagon Purus listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange

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