Johnson Matthey’s global fuel cells business, Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells, is a world leader in the production of catalysts and catalysed components for use in fuel cells, a technology for generating low carbon power
Fuel cells are widely recognised as an emerging technology to power a range of equipment from cars and buses to laptops and mobile phones and Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells is at the leading edge of fuel cell component development.
The business has the world’s largest manufacturing facility in Swindon, UK for the production of membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) for hydrogen and methanol fuelled systems. This purpose built facility uses state of the art, high volume, flexible manufacturing methods and includes a rapid prototyping capability for customers requiring pre commercial volumes. The Swindon facility has been built with the future in mind. The space, infrastructure and planning consents for rapid expansion are already in place.
The business is backed by full research and development efforts and works closely with customers and suppliers to develop tailored products for specific applications, designs and operating conditions to achieve the best possible performance.
In the coming years, fuel cell component design will continue to evolve as fuel cell technology becomes a part of our everyday existence and Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells is committed to be at the forefront of this development activity.
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