Mahle Powertrain has assisted Bramble Energy with the creation of a delivery vehicle demonstrator, to show off its Printed Circuit Board Fuel Cell (PCBFC) technology.
The Renault Kangoo Z.E. electric van, to be unveiled later this year, will use a high power density liquid-cooled fuel cell.
“We’re excited to be working with Mahle Powertrain on this integration project and to be so close to showcasing the benefits of our PCBFC technology in a liquid-cooled application,” said Dr Tom Mason, Bramble’s CEO.
“Delivery of this project will be a milestone moment for both Bramble Energy and net-zero CV powertrains and we cannot wait to demonstrate the tangible performance and cost benefits to the CV industry.”