Leading fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden AB (publ) has signed an important agreement with world-leading 3M to secure future supplies of MEA (Membrane Electrode Assembly). The agreement with 3M secures PowerCell’s supplies for the increased demand of the fuel cell stacks PowerCell S1 and S2.
PowerCell has signed an agreement with the global company 3M to secure larger supplies of MEA (Membrane Electrode Assembly), a unit used in the manufacturing of PowerCell´s fuel cell stacks, the PowerCell S1 and PowerCell S2. With the agreement with 3M, PowerCell will secure large volumes of MEA with high quality and performance.
Increased demand for fuel cell stacks
The agreement with 3M allows PowerCell to meet the increased demand for PowerCell’s fuel cell stacks, the PowerCell S1 and PowerCell S2.
MEA are necessary in the manufacturing of fuel cells, which means that secure supplies of these are very important to us in our continued production of our fuel cell stacks PowerCell S1 and PowerCell S2. As we see an opportunity of increased demand for our fuel cell stacks, we needed to ensure we get the volume of MEA that we need to meet this demand. By 3M´s advanced MEA technology they can deliver MEA of high quality and performance. 3M meets our high MEA requirements which make them the right choice of supplier for us now and in the future.
Per Wassén, CEO, PowerCell Sweden AB.
3M is a world-leading global provider of MEA in the rapidly growing fuel cell market. Through significant investments in expertise and financial resources, 3M has developed advanced materials and manufacturing processes that improve the performance and quality of the MEA.
“3M is always positive to contribute to a more sustainable society, this time together with fuel cell company PowerCell Sweden and their extensive knowledge in fuel cell technology. Their unique expertise in fuel cell technology is receiving an increasing attention worldwide and we are happy to be a part of their important work for a more sustainable future in areas such as the automotive industry”, said Lars Näslund, Managing Director, 3M Nordic Region