the Powercell with 30 employees, has its registered office in Gothenburg. The company develops and manufactures bränslecellsstackar for stationary and mobile applications.
Bosch sees great potential in fuel cells, particularly in heavy vehicles. Bosch expects that about 20 percent of the elfordonen year 2030 has fuel cells. Toyota, Hyundai and Honda already have such cars on the program and recently also Mercedes.
an electric car and an electric car with fuel cells and hydrogen joint undertaking is that the latter generates its own electricity during the process. Batteribilen must be loaded from the external socket, which can take several hours. To fill the hydrogen takes only a few minutes away and provides a range of 40-50 miles, depending on the vätgastankarnas size.
the Agreement with Bosch means the joint development of bränslecellsstacken S3 and a license that gives Bosch the right to manufacture and sell the S3 for use in passenger cars, trucks and buses.
the equivalent of 530 million crowns in a one-off fee for the license plus a royalty for each product sold. The agreement is seen as a huge success for the Powercell.
Bosch expects to start manufacturing and launch of the updated S3 by the year 2022.
"Through this partnership with Bosch, we can achieve a commercial breakthrough in the automotive industry that had been very difficult to cope on their own," says Per Wassén, managing director of Powercell.