MANN+HUMMEL joins Hydrogen Council
Published by Jessica Casey,
MANN+HUMMEL, a leader in filtration expertise, is to promote hydrogen-based technologies.
The company has recently joined the Hydrogen Council.
Joining forces with government policymakers, international authorities and the public, the council aims to establish hydrogen as a solution to enable the exit from fossil fuels and nuclear power, and to achieve goals of the Paris agreement.
Kurk Wilks, President and CEO at MANN+HUMMEL, commented: “The company believes hydrogen plays a crucial role in limiting CO2 emissions. As a member of the Hydrogen Council, the company [is] delighted to be sharing our innovations centred on protecting fuel cells and jointly invigorating the global debate.”
The filtration expert draws on many years of experience engineering cost-optimised system solutions to extend the life and durability of fuel cells. Dr Michael Harenbrock, Principal Expert Electrical Mobility, added: “Systems have to be durable, reliable and cost-effective for fuel cell technology to be widely accepted on the market. MANN+HUMMEL have developed an innovative air duct system for the cathode path to protect sensitive components and ensure the fuel cell has a highly efficient supply of clean air.”
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/the-environment/20012020/mannhummel-joins-hydrogen-council/
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