Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation

Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation

Developing next generation technology for zero emission ...

Energy | Canada | Energy and Fuel Efficiency

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AFCC is a Burnaby B.C. based joint venture of Daimler AG and Ford Motor Company developing fuel cell modules for automotive application. AFCC employs over 200 people committed to the commercialization of this next generation technology for zero emission automobiles. AFCC fuel cell technology powers more than 280 zero emission vehicles that have accumulated over 12 million kilometers. Our work is about empowering the world to be sustainable our workplace is about empowering our people to make that happen. Based in Metro Vancouver we enjoy the best of living and working in this beautiful region while we work to protect it.

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Energy Partnership Operating 201 - 500 employees

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9000 Glenlyon Parkway
Burnaby, BC, V5J 5J8
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Tweet from AFCC_Fuel Cell: Scientists are developing a technique that uses solar power to produce clean #hydrogen from biomass at ambient temperatures. #fuelcell Posted Wed Mar 22 2:50 pm

Tweet from AFCC_Fuel Cell: Check out this hydrogen/solar ship. The Tûranor completed circumnavigation of the earth in 2012. #fuelcell https://t.co/dryoqbn8Rv Posted Tue Mar 21 8:36 pm

Tweet from AFCC_Fuel Cell: Come see AFCC's Rob Artibise at #BCTech Session 7A 1:15-3:15pm “Pulling clean tech innovation into the market: next steps for BC” Posted Wed Mar 15 6:29 pm

Tweet from AFCC_Fuel Cell: @BBCFRCH @MinisterISED @NRCan Yes. The technology demonstration phase went well. Now we seek to reduce costs, commercialize. #fuelcell Posted Wed Mar 15 6:17 pm

Tweet from AFCC_Fuel Cell: @BBCFRCH @MinisterISED @NRCan The Japan gov't has supported #fuelcell for years. GM is partnered with DoE and DoE on FCEV projects. Posted Wed Mar 15 6:14 pm

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