This is the second award for hydrogen storage solutions acquired by FORVIA in North America this year and demonstrates FORVIA’s expansion in this important hydrogen market.
"Securing this second business award reflects FORVIA’s momentum in hydrogen mobility in the North American market. It is a testament to our global presence and the strength of our strategic approach in this region. Our team has worked diligently to achieve this milestone and we are excited about the opportunity to provide our hydrogen storage solutions to our growing customer base,” declared Patrick Koller, CEO of FORVIA." "The race to decarbonise mobility is on worldwide. FORVIA's extensive portfolio of technologies across hydrogen and battery electric vehicles (BEV) makes us well positioned to accelerate decarbonising the sector."
There is clear momentum behind hydrogen in the US, further supported by the announcement of the regional hydrogen hubs that represent US$7 billion of investment from the Biden Administration to accelerate the domestic market for low-cost, clean hydrogen. The North American market for hydrogen storage presents a wide range of opportunities and demands. FORVIA is well-positioned to meet them, with its strong portfolio of storage systems that cover segments from heavy-duty vehicles to medium and light duty trucks, as well as applications beyond mobility for the distribution and transport of hydrogen. With this new contract, FORVIA is poised to make a significant impact in this dynamic and buoyant market.
FORVIA’s commitment to providing reliable, sustainable, and innovative hydrogen storage solutions remains stronger than ever. FORVIA looks forward to contributing to the growth and sustainability of the North American hydrogen storage industry. With serial production underway in South Korea, China, and France, FORVIA will also expand its manufacturing footprint to North America.
Read the article online at: https://www.globalhydrogenreview.com/hydrogen/29112023/forvia-accelerates-hydrogen-activity-in-north-america/
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