Topsoe Fuel Cell expands stack production

Topsoe Fuel Cell expands stack production

3:11 PM, 19th July 2011
Topsoe Fuel Cell expands stack production

LYNGBY, DENMARK: Topsoe Fuel Cell is expanding its stack production facilities with kick-off in July 2011. The need for extra production capacity arises as Topsoe Fuel Cell expects demand to exceed current capacity already in 2013.

The new facility will be located in Ravnholm, 35 km North of Copenhagen, in an existing building near the current plant. Inauguration is planned to take place in December 2012. The production will be established step by step and will be fully expanded in 2016, making it possible to meet the estimated 2016 demand.

The new facility is an important step towards industrialization of the stack production. It will also enable Topsoe Fuel Cell to improve quality, speed up cost reduction and meet the rapidly increasing demand. For the future, Topsoe Fuel Cell expects to be able to implement a large-scale industrial production of fuel cell stacks in Denmark and abroad from 2016.

The design of the expansion takes place in close co-operation between the engineering company Alectia, parent company Haldor Topsoe and Topsoe Fuel Cell.

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