Mann+Hummel is now a member of the Hydrogen Council, a growing CEO-led initiative of energy, transportation and industrial companies to promote hydrogen-based technologies.
Founded in 2017 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, the Hydrogen Council currently has more than 80 members.
“We believe hydrogen plays a crucial role in limiting CO2 emissions. As a member of the Hydrogen Council, we are delighted to be sharing our innovations centered on protecting fuel cells and jointly invigorating the global debate,” said Kurk Wilks, president and CEO at Mann+Hummel.
“Systems have to be durable, reliable and cost-effective for fuel cell technology to be widely accepted on the market,” explained Dr Michael Harenbrock, Principal Expert Electric Mobility at Mann+Hummel. “We at 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.”