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Michelin builds plant in Europe

“Michelin has been working on fuel cell technology for over 15 years,” said Anish Taneja, President of Michelin Northern Europe. The fourth generation is currently being developed. The Group’s fuel cells should be available in large quantities in a few years. To this end, the joint venture Symbio was founded with the automotive supplier Faurecia, and this year it will start building one of the largest factories in Europe for fuel cells near Lyon. In four years, 20,000 fuel cell systems are to be produced there annually, by the end of the decade it should be more than 200,000.

Source: Archyde

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