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AFC Energy chooses its preferred partner for fuel cell manufacturing

The flow plate regulates the flow of gases and liquids within the AFC Energy fuel cell system

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Finalisation of the design work is now underway

AFC Energy PLC (LON:AFC) has made UK-based Advanced Plastics its preferred choice as the manufacturer of flow plates for its alkaline fuel cells. 

The flow plate regulates the flow of gases and liquids within the AFC Energy fuel cell system.

Advanced Plastic’s appointment follows months of computational fluid dynamics modelling and validation testing, said AFC.   

“Following a global tender, Advanced Plastics presented a very strong technical proposal which demonstrated innovation in the mass manufacturing process at a price point which was most competitive amongst its peers.”

The next step is to integrate the AFC Energy design work into a mass manufacturable product, said AFC.

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