SFC Energy and Johnson Matthey ink deal for more efficient membrane electrode assemblies

SFC Energy and Johnson Matthey will further develop the membrane electrode assembly (MEA) – the heart of the fuel cell – under a new joint development and supply deal.

Within the framework of the agreement, both partners have set themselves the goal of making processes more efficient and significantly reducing the consumption of input materials for higher overall sustainability.

Consequently, both plant operators will benefit from an optimised entire system and the environment from a resource-saving process.

The development partnership is linked to a three-year supply agreement with a term until 31st March, 2024.

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