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    • As part of the strategic partnership with Chemnitz Technical University, the Division Powertrain celebrates the inauguration of the newly established fuel cell laboratory
    • Facility will further boost production capacity for low-emission combustion technologies and new energy vehicles
    • Electric drives with fuel cells are expected to be part of the future mobility mix, especially for larger vehicles and long-range commercial vehicles 
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    The technical equipment of the high-performance test bench is unique in the university landscape throughout Europe. A special feature is the permanent testing of drive powers of up to 150 kilowatts. In the future, there will also be the option of converting the test bench to 300 kW.
    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Jacob Müller

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    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Jacob Müller

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    New high-performance test station for fuel cell research inaugurated at Chemnitz Technical University. In the picture from left: Prof. Dr. Gerd Strohmeier, Rector of Chemnitz Technical University, Stephan Rebhan, Head of Powertrain Technology & Innovation (Continental), Martin Dulig, Minister of Sta
    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Jacob Müller

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    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Jacob Müller

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    The heart of the new fuel cell laboratory is a high-performance test bench for the permanent testing of drive powers of up to 150 kilowatts.
    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Jacob Müller

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    In his fuel cell laboratory Prof. Dr. Thomas von Unwerth (pictured right) and laboratory manager Vladimir Buday combine electrical and chemical engineering with mechanical and industrial engineering.
    © TU Chemnitz / Foto: Ronald Bartel

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