Plastic Omnium, ElringKlinger to accelerate development of hydrogen mobility

Plastic Omnium and ElringKlinger are joining forces to unlock the mass market potential for hydrogen.

The two automotive suppliers have created a joint venture dedicated to fuel cell stack development, production and commercialisation.

Owned 60% by ElringKlinger and 40% by Plastic Omnium, EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies will offer its product portfolio to a broad range of customers including hydrogen systems integrators.

ElringKlinger will bring 150 employees, more than 150 patents, R&D and know how, its fuel cell components business and several high power density fuel cell stack platforms already marketed and manufactured at a facility located in Dettingen/Erms (Baden-Württemberg), where the joint venture will also be headquartered.

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