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EWII Fuel Cells

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About EWII Fuel Cells

EWII Fuel Cells, fka IRD Fuel Cells, is an independent, high technology company devoted to research, development and production of fuel cells, fuel cell components and fuel cell systems. The product range comprises both Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell Technology (PEMFC) and Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Technology (DMFC) as well as R&D in other future technologies.

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Emil Neckelmanns Vej 15 A&B

Odense, 5220,


+45 63 63 30 00

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EWII Fuel Cells Patents

EWII Fuel Cells has filed 1 patent.

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Electrolysis, Hydrogen production, Industrial gases, Electrochemistry, Chemical processes


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Electrolysis, Hydrogen production, Industrial gases, Electrochemistry, Chemical processes



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EWII Fuel Cells Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was EWII Fuel Cells founded?

    EWII Fuel Cells was founded in 1995.

  • Where is EWII Fuel Cells's headquarters?

    EWII Fuel Cells's headquarters is located at Emil Neckelmanns Vej 15 A&B, Odense.

  • What is EWII Fuel Cells's latest funding round?

    EWII Fuel Cells's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of EWII Fuel Cells?

    Investors of EWII Fuel Cells include Sydfyns Elforsynings, Energi Fyn and Tre-For El-Net A/s.

  • Who are EWII Fuel Cells's competitors?

    Competitors of EWII Fuel Cells include Upstart Power, Nexceris, Bloom Energy, ReliOn, Acumentrics and 11 more.

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