High temperature PEM fuel cells

Danish Power Systems is developing and manufacturing Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for high temperature PEM fuel cells. The MEAs are available in a number of standard sizes.

FORSK2025 – the coming strategy for strategic research in Denmark

2. May 2016

Denmark is going to identify important research areas to create the highest benefit for the Danish society. The Danish government has thus asked The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science to make a strategy for strategic research ‘FORSK2025’. The acting body is the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation.

As a partner member of ATV (The Danish Academy of Technical Sciences)  and DI (Confederation of Danish Industry), Danish Power Systems (DPS) has been asked to take part in this process. DPS will deliver input through our organizations, and we will obviously focus on more research, development and demonstration on new energy technologies, the core of DPS’ business, but also areas where Denmark plays a leading role in the world.

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Sales agent in China

2. May 2016

Danish Power Systems (DPS)  has now a sales agent in China. DPS has just entered an agreement with Kunshan Sunlaite New Energy Technology Co., LTD (short name is Sunlaite) close to Shanghai.

Sunlaite is devoted to the research and development and sales of fuel cell products. It provides fuel cell related materials, membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) based on LTPEM, fuel cell stacks, also offers fuel cell power system optimized for stationary and backup power application. A series of equipment related to fuel cell has been developed, due to years of fuel cell research experience.

Sunlaite has a professional R&D team with nearly 300 square meters of super clean dust-free production facilities for catalysts and MEA manufacturing, processing workshops for fuel cell stacks, power supply system and other products, equipment machining and assembly workshop and equipment quality inspection center. See the complete web site on http://slt2.68659061.com/en/about.php The role of Sunlaite will be to introduce and sell DPS’ HTPEM fuel cell products in China.

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Hydrogen Days April 2016

23. February 2016

Danish Power Systems (DPS) will participate in the conference ”Hydrogen Days 2016”, which will take place in Prague April 6th – 8th 2016. There is a dedicated expert workshop on High Temperature PEM (HTPEM) fuel cells in relation to the conference, where DPS (among others) will present the latest findings within fuel cells and components. See www.hydrogendays.cz/2016/ for further information.

The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI)

6. May 2015

DPS is now a member of The Confederation of Danish Industry (DI). DI is a private organisation funded, owned and managed entirely by 10,000 companies within manufacturing, trade and service industry. See more on http://di.dk/English/Pages/English.aspx or contact Hans Aage Hjuler This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Electromobility+ Conference, 20 May 2015, Berlin

6. May 2015

DPS will participate in the The conference of the Electromobility+ initiative which will take place at the premises of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure on 20 May 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy and the Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure have the privilege to chair the Electromobility+ Governance Board in 2015 and to host this event.

The programme will include both presentations of the results of the 18 research projects funded by the Electromobility+ initiative and discussions about future developments in the field of electric mobility and how a second phase of Electromobility+ beyond 2015 can contribute to this. The FCCP-APU project where DPS is part will be presented.

For more information see http://electromobility-plus.eu/?page_id=742 or contact Hans Aage Hjuler This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Development of

  • Fuel cell componenents
  • Membrane Electrode Assemblies
  • Catalysts
  • Electrode materials
  • Membrane materials
  • Electrolysis components

Storage of

  • Energy
  • Hydrogen

Other

  • Spectroscopy 
  • Technical calculations
  • Corrosion testing of materials
  • Materials science in general

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