Camelot is bringing together several participants from across Europe to achieve this goal and has additionally received funding from the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking to enable the wider adoption of hydrogen fuel cells across the continent.

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In order to achieve this, the project will aim to produce the new generation of membrane electrode assemblies (MEA) which is recognised as a key component in a fuel cell.

This will help to better the performance of the fuel cells service life, power production and overall efficiency.

With PowerCell Sweden joining this new initiative, the project will gain access to the company’s extensive knowledge and expertise within the fuel cell space and help to achieve the goals of the initiative as quick as possible.

The company has said that, by participating in Camelot, the company is taking yet another important step in continuing technological developments and the project marks the start of the company’s development of future generations of technology.

Richard Berkling, CEO of PowerCell Sweden AB, said, “This type of cooperation is very important for our long-term technological development since it challenges and acts as a driving force, thereby generating increased understanding and greater expertise in applicable technological developments.

“Demand for hydrogen-electric solutions is on the rise in an increasing number of applications and this places stricter requirements on the performance of fuel cells and the ability to optimise them for specific areas of application and segments.

“Participating in this type of project allows us to secure leading technology and a competitive products portfolio so that we can continue to create value for our customers in the future.”

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Back in 2019, Joanna Sampson, H2 View’s Editor, spoke exclusively with PowerCell about its fuel cell offerings, a passion for hydrogen and its industry partnerships.

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