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Proton Motor seeks growth through joint ventures

German manufacturer Proton Motor Fuel Cell sets its sights even higher after a strong year of building partnerships with companies such as Shell

Following a successful year of building partnerships with new and existing customers, Proton Motor Fuel Cell has ambitious plans to produce fuel cell systems on a mass level. Formed in 1998, the Bavarian pure-play hydrogen firm develops, produces and distributes systems based on polymer electrolyte membrane technology for the industrial, automotive, maritime, stationary and rail sectors. Proton Motor, which claims to offer the world's most powerful hydrogen fuel cell made of graphite bipolar plates, up to 71KW, has pioneered technology in several sectors in Germany. “Demand for our hydrogen fuel cell technology has been increasing exponentially” Nahab, Proton Motor It introduc

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