Rolls-Royce wants a ‘pioneering’ role in fuel cell applications
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Rolls-Royce wants a ‘pioneering’ role in fuel cell applications

Rolls-Royce has today (June 10) confirmed that fuel cell systems will be an essential part of its sustainable solutions portfolio, with the company’s CEO wanting to assume a “pioneering role in fuel cell applications”.

Affirming such commitment, the British engineering giant has said it is currently setting up a 250kW demonstrator at its Friedrichshafen, Germany plant to test sustainable and climate-friendly power supply based on fuel cells.

“We firmly believe that fuel cell technology is set to make a huge contribution to a successful energy turnaround. That’s why Rolls-Royce sees it as its mission to assume a pioneering role in fuel cell applications,” said Andreas Schell, CEO of Rolls-Royce Power Systems.

“Fuel cells will form an elementary part of our product portfolio for sustainable solutions.”

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