The Manufacturing Technology Centre has joined forces with hydrogen technology pioneer Adelan in a project aiming at significantly ramping up fuel cell manufacturing capacity in the UK.
With funding from the Government's Automotive Transformation Fund, Birmingham-based Adelan and the MTC will study ways of building UK capacity for manufacturing fuel cells for the automotive sector, helping the UK drive to net zero.
Created to support the large-scale industrialisation of the electric vehicle supply chain, the £1 billion Automotive Transformation Fund is focusing on companies involved in fuel cells and batteries as well as power electronics.
Adelan is a leading developer of clean, portable fuel cell systems. Its scientists and engineers have more than four decades of experience in hydrogen technologies and it is the UK's longest running fuel cell technology business.
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