Plastic Omnium opens two R&D centres with hydrogen focus

To meet the challenges of the car of the future, French automotive supplier Plastic Omnium has opened two new research and development (R&D) centres dedicated to clean, carbon-free mobility, in particularly using hydrogen.

The ω-Omegatech centre opened in China on 18th June (2019), specialising in development, testing, prototyping and mechanical testing of fuel systems. It will also conduct testing and development for high-pressure hydrogen tanks.

The site at Wuhan, the pilot city for the hydrogen sector in China, already has 57 projects in development.

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