Rolls-Royce and Mercedes launch fuel cell project

Rolls-Royce and Mercedes launch fuel cell project

Rolls-Royce and Lab1886, a lab within the Mercedes-Benz group, have joined forces to examine the use of vehicle fuel cells for stationary power generation.

A pilot project, which will begin next year, has been agreed between the Rolls-Royce business unit Power Systems, which develops solutions under the MTU brand name, and Lab1886.

Over the coming months, Rolls-Royce will develop an integrated MTU solution for sustainable off-gird generation of continuous and emergency power using vehicle fuel cells, focused on safety-critical applications such as data centres.

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