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The European champion runs on ZBT technology

  GreenTeamTwente wins the Hydrogen-UrbanConcept category at ShellEcoMarathon Europe in London - with ZBT fuel cell!

Congratulations to the "Green Team Twente" student team of TU Twente (Netherlands), who won the UrbanConcept category hydrogen at the Shell Eco Marathon Europe in London on 27.05.2017!

We are delighted that the close cooperation in the last weeks...

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From research into small series: seals for fuel cells

  While increasing the number of stacks in a ramp up the technical tasks for production technologies and quality assurance for the individual components of the fuel cell becomes significantly more evident. ZBT toady makes a significant contribution...

Modern fuel cell stacks and their components are becoming more and more filigree. The material thicknesses of metallic bipolar plates, for example, has been reduced from 100 μm down to 75 μm in recent years. From a design point of view the components...

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Fuel Cell Systems and Hydrogen Supply for Early Markets

  EU-Project Completed: "LiquidPower"

The recently completed project LiquidPower dealt with R&D of fuel cell applications for early markets addressing the three topics on-site H2-production utilizing methanol as energy carrier, fuel cell systems for back-up power and telecommunication...

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Test cell for in-situ qualification of metallic bipolar plates

  ZBT expands service portfolio for stack component qualification

ZBT has developed a multifunctional test cell for in-situ qualification of stack components in real cell operation. With an active area of 25 cm², the test cell achieves power densities above 1 W/cm² for automotive conditions, and enables detailed...

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Entwicklung von Pouch-Zellen am ZBT

  Entwicklung von Lithium-Ionen-Zellen für kleine Nutzfahrzeuge

Bereits im letzten Jahr konnte am ZBT das im Rahmen des Ziel 2 Programms mit Mitteln der EU und des Landes NRW geförderte Projekt "Pouch-Zelle - Entwicklung von Lithium-Ionen-Zellen für kleine Nutzfahrzeuge" erfolgreich abgeschlossen werden.

Ziel...

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