Fuel cell technology fast-tracked with launch of feasibility study in S Africa

February 9, 2016

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An extensive feasibility study of fuel cells has been launched in South Africa in a bid to make the most of South Africa’s vast platinum resources. If successful, Isondo Precious Metals (IPM) believes the manufacturing of fuel cell components could be up and running within two years. The Department of Trade and Industry has provided the funds for the study being carried out by IPM, a company established in 2012 to work in the space between the South African platinum industry, the international metal fabricators and the South African government to help create new and sustainable precious metal beneficiation business plans. 

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