Bosch to Cooperate in Large-Scale Production of Fuel Cells for Trucks and Cars

By | News | No Comments April 29, 2019

Alliance agreed with stack manufacturer Powercell

  • Stefan Hartung: “Bosch is entering the market for mobile fuel cells and is pushing ahead with their commercialization.”
  • Bosch and Powercell to jointly continue the development of stacks.
  • Bosch to manufacture jointly developed stacks under license for the automotive market.
  • By 2030, the share of electric vehicles worldwide powered by fuel cells will be as high as 20 percent.

PowerCell and Bosch Sign Joint Development and Licensing Agreement Regarding PowerCell S3

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PowerCell and Robert Bosch GmbH have signed an agreement regarding the development, production and sale of the PowerCell S3 fuel cell stack for the automotive segment. The agreement includes a joint development of the S3 and a license whereby Bosch gets the exclusive right to produce and sell the new and improved version of PowerCell S3 for automotive applications such as cars, trucks and buses.

KOGAS to Spend 4.7 tln won (US$4.01 billion) on Hydrogen-Producing Facilities

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SEOUL (Yonhap) — Korea Gas Corp. (KOGAS), a major gas supplier in the country, said Sunday that it plans to spend 4.7 trillion won (US$4.01 billion) on building hydrogen-producing facilities by 2030.

Under the plan, KOGAS will construct 25 hydrogen-producing facilities and pipelines totaling 700 kilometers to transport the gas. By 2030, KOGAS expects 1.73 million tons of hydrogen to be supplied annually.

China: Chengdu, Capital City of Southwest China’s Sichuan Province to Increase Hydrogen Stations

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The first international hydrogen and fuel cell industry conference in Chengdu was held in Chengdu. Numerous domestic and foreign experts and representatives of well-known entrepreneurs gathered together to discuss the development path of hydrogen energy and fuel cell industry, and to imagine the development prospects of hydrogen energy and fuel cell industry, and to talk about friendship and common development.

STEAG along with Four Partners to Test Hydrogen Production in Saarland

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Electrolysis on an industrial scale is planned at the STEAG site in Völklingen-Fenne

Essen — With the phase-out of nuclear power production in 2022 and the planned end of coal-fired power generation in 2038, it is clear that in Germany wind and solar energy will form the mainstays of the electricity supply in the future. But both renewable energy sources are subject to weather-related fluctuations. Hydrogen as an energy source can balance these fluctuations and thus becomes an important future building block for a successful energy transition. 

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