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Rolls-Royce to develop mtu hydrogen fuel cells based on cellcentric’s modules
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Rolls-Royce to develop mtu hydrogen fuel cells based on cellcentric’s modules

In a landmark agreement, Rolls-Royce and cellcentric will expand their cooperation on hydrogen fuel cells, by developing complete mtu hydrogen fuel cells solutions based on cellcentric’s modules.

It is expected that these mtu hydrogen fuel cells will be utilised to provide zero-emission power to emergency energy for data centres.

Both companies are looking to grow the hydrogen fuel cell economy and by working together to accelerate the adoption, and the number of products on the market, hydrogen could become a staple in the clean energy transition.

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