Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre

Our director, Laurie Wills, is delighted to have been allocated a place within the latest cohort to be lucky enough to have access to Manchester Metropolitan University’s (MMU) Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre

Hydrogen and fuel cell technology present global opportunities, and the Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre puts enterprise at the forefront of this technology, providing access to Industry experts, academic researchers, a £4million laboratory featuring the latest equipment and technical assistance, all backed by specialist enterprise support from the MMU Business School.

This unique programme aims to support businesses in understanding the market opportunities associated with this rapidly emerging technology and develop cutting-edge, innovative solutions. A series of structured workshops will develop our knowledge of how fuel cell technology may contribute to energy systems and form part of the low carbon solution.

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