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AFC Energy PLC deepens partnership with ABB through 4M hydrogen fuel cell order [Video]



AFC Energy PLC (AIM:AFC, OTC:AFGYF) chief executive Adam Bond joined Proactive’s Stephen Gunnion with details or its first order from partner ABB for a 200kW hydrogen fuel cell charging system for electric vehicles.

Bond telling Proactive that AFC believes that its new “S” Series fuel cell platform will become the “go to” high performance fuel cell technology capturing multiple fuelling strategies, whilst affording best in class AEM power density and efficiency.

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AFC Energy PLC’s (LON:AFC, OTCMKTS:AFGYF) new Chief Technology Officer David Harvey joins Proactive London to discuss his experience in the field and what he’s already working on at AFC. 

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