Bosch moves into the power station business using UK technology: Page 2 of 2

December 07, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Bosch moves into the power station business using UK technology
Bosch is extending its deal with Ceres Power in the UK to go into mass production with distributed fuel cell power stations for large buildings
2020, Bosch acquired a stake of around 18 percent in Ceres and the alliance has been extended to include the phases leading up to full-scale production in 2024 in a £23m extension of the deal.

“We are proud to have reached this milestone in collaboration with our important partner Bosch. Combining innovative Ceres technology with Bosch’s manufacturing expertise made it possible to create pioneering stationary fuel-cell systems that will help overcome the global challenges of the energy transition,” said Phil Caldwell, CEO of Ceres Power. “We’re looking forward to continuing our close collaboration with Bosch.”

Ceres has other deals with Weichai in China for 30kW range extender system for electric buses as well as a combined heat and power ("CHP") system in the Japanese market by Miura. It has a 2MW advanced manufacturing pilot facility running in Redhill, UK

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