TECO 2030 signs supplier agreement with SinoHyKey for fuel cell components

Norwegian-based TECO 2030 has today (December 12) announced it has signed a supplier partnership agreement with SinoHyKey (SHK) to provide membrane electrode assemblies (MEA), a key component of its hydrogen fuel cells.

The new partnership follows on from the announcement in September (2022), that thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering would supply a PEM fuel cell production line for its gigafactory in Narvik, Norway.

Read more:thyssenkrupp to supply PEM fuel cell production line to TECO 2030’s Narvik site

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