Plans unveiled for gigafactory in Norway

Norway’s first large-scale fuel cell production facility could be operational by 2022.

TECO 2030 today (17th Feb) said that it is looking to construct the major facility to form the heart of hydrogen-powered ships and other heavy-duty installations.

Fuel cell development at the site will be carried out in collaboration with Austrian engineering company AVL.

As well as bringing 20 years of experience and more than 150 patents within the fuel cell industry, AVL will also contribute to the planning and construction of the factory.

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