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Plastic Omnium, AVL sign agreement to develop high and medium hydrogen power systems

Plastic Omnium, AVL sign agreement to develop high and medium hydrogen power systems

In a new agreement revealed today (Nov 23), Plastic Omnium and AVL will collaborate to develop high and medium power hydrogen systems.

The new partnership agreement will enable Plastic Omnium to accelerate the commercial rollout, as of 2022, of a range of high-performance, cost-effective hydrogen systems for use in all categories of vehicles.

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These complete future systems will incorporate fuel cells from EKPO, a joint venture between ElringKlinger and Plastic Omnium.

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