Dutch firm plans world's largest fuel cell

Chemical firm Akzo Nobel is developing plans for a huge 200MW fuel cell stack to generate electricity for its chlor-alkali plant in Rotterdam. The development dwarfs current plans for fuel cells in the UK, although the supplier of the technology is in talks with several British companies that produce hydrogen as a by-product.

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