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15 Sep 2020

PowerCell Agreement with Soltech for Fuel Cell Solutions for Solar

PowerCell Sweden AB has signed a Nordic cooperation agreement with Soltech Group regarding a joint development of stationary energy solutions based on the two companies' products within fuel cells and solar energy.
8 Apr 2020

PowerCell Signs Contract with Leading European Shipyard

PowerCell Sweden AB has signed a contract with a leading European shipyard regarding the development and delivery of a megawatt marine fuel cell system.
1 Jan 2020

Innolith AG

Innolith is a lithium-ion battery maker founded in October 2018. It is headquartered in Basel, but the company's laboratory is in Bruchsal, Germany.
5 Nov 2019

PowerCell Sign Development Contract with Havyard Group

PowerCell Sweden AB has signed a contract with Norwegian Havyard Group ASA regarding the development of the design and the technical specifications for a zero-emissions fuel cell system. The system may come to be installed on board a vessel that will service the shipping company Havila Kystruten's new route from Bergen to Kirkenes.
5 Nov 2019

PowerCell to Present new Version of MS-100 fuel Cell System

PowerCell Sweden AB has developed a new and improved version of its MS-100 fuel cell system. The new MS-100 is 30 percent more compact and has improved operating life time as well as robustness for demanding applications on land and at sea.
19 Dec 2018

Norway commissions zero-emission high speed ferry

Hyon AS has been awarded grants under the PILOT-E scheme for the development and realization of two maritime projects; a high-speed ferry and a short-sea freighter. The ambitions of both projects are to realize zero-emission propulsion via fuel cells using cost-efficient hydrogen produced from electrolysis based on renewable energy.
5 Oct 2018

Semcon automates production of eco-friendly fuel cells

Semcon expands the partnership with fuel cell company Powercell with a view to upscale the company's production of fuel cells with automation and robots. Fuel cells powered by hydrogen produce electricity and heat with no emissions other than water.
5 Sep 2018

Siemens and PowerCell to collaborate in fuel cell systems for ships

The aim of the collaboration is to develop an energy supply system for vessels which is based on fuel cells. Siemens will supply the SISHIP BlueDrive integrated energy and propulsion system into which PowerCell will install its fuel cell modules. Possible joint projects could include energy supply systems for ferries, yachts, cruise ships and research vessels.
23 Aug 2018

Development of marine systems based on fuel cells

PowerCell has signed a memorandum of understanding with Siemens AG regarding a joint development of fuel cell-based drive and power generating systems for marine applications.
7 Jun 2017

Alevo USA, Inc

Alevo is a Swiss-based group that has battery manufacturing facilities in the US. The company uses a non-flammable inorganic electrolyte and also offers software solutions for the battery industry.
10 Oct 2016

Agreement to meet the growing market for fuel cell stacks

PowerCell Sweden AB has signed an important agreement with 3M to secure future supplies of MEA (Membrane Electrode Assembly). The agreement with 3M secures PowerCell's supplies for the increased demand of the fuel cell stacks PowerCell S1 and S2.
8 Sep 2016

PowerCell Sweden receives a new order for the PowerCell S2

PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) has received an order for the PowerCell S2 fuel cell stack from a Chinese company within the automotive industry
5 Feb 2014

PowerCell finalizes development of its second fuel cell stack platform

Nordic fuel cell technology leader PowerCell is in the final stage of development of its 'next generation' fuel cell stack platform, the S2.
22 May 2013

Fuel cell produces electricity from road diesel

Swedish fuel cell developer PowerCell unveiled the first functioning full-scale prototype fuel cell system in the world which will produce electricity from road diesel aimed primarily at the transport and telecom markets.