Fuel cell technology almost dates back to when JM began. We supplied the platinum when William Grove first demonstrated a fuel cell in 1839. In the 1960s, we supplied the electrocatalysts during the Apollo space missions. More recently, we were the first company to commit to a dedicated MEA manufacturing site, which is based in Swindon, UK.
Exceptional material science has always been at our core; we have many years of experience in fuel cell science, characterisation, catalysis, electrochemistry, and process optimisation – key capabilities when developing next generation fuel cells.
As the only MEA supplier with in-house catalyst and membrane technologies, we are uniquely positioned, securing supply chains of critical raw materials and scaling rapidly. We leverage our position in the value chain by harnessing the potential of each CCM layer, balancing the technical trade offs that exist, to support customers in achieving targets on performance, durability, and cost. And as the needs of our customers evolve, so do we. We’ll continue to invest in capacity and R&D so we can stay ahead of the curve and meet the demands of the future.