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12 Jul

Johnson Matthey to build new fuel cell component factory in China

UK-based sustainable technologies company Johnson Matthey (JM) announced on Wednesday it will build a new plant in China to spur development of the hydrogen economy in the country, Kallanish reports. The 5-gigawatt plant will produce catalyst coated membrane (CCM) for proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell applications and PEM electrolysers. The facility will be located in the Jiading district of Shanghai, occupying 22,000 square metres. Commercial operations a…
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