TECO 2030 and AVL build up to the first operations of its hydrogen fuel cell system

TECO 2030 has begun the countdown to the first operational hydrogen FCM400 fuel cell system at AVL’s facility in Graz, Austria.

The system is suitable for marine and heavy-duty applications, currently under construction and set to be deployed for validation and testing purposes soon at the Austrian facility.

Both TECO 3030 and AVL has spent more than 30 months on the development of the fuel cell module, with over 100 engineers from both companies involved in the joint development.

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