Established in 2008, AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp. (“AFCC”) is a Burnaby, B.C. based joint venture of Daimler AG and Ford Motor Company developing fuel cell modules for automotive applications.
Today, AFCC is a joint-venture among Daimler and Ford Motor Company. AFCC also works closely with fuel cell systems developer NuCellSys GmbH and Daimler’s fuel cell stack manufacturing group at Mercedes-Benz Fuel Cells, co-located with AFCC in Burnaby, BC.
As the birthplace of the automotive fuel cell, British Columbia is the natural home for AFCC due to the large concentration of fuel cell experts in the area and the province’s commitment to fuel cell research and innovation.
AFCC employs over 200 people committed to the commercialization of this technology in automotive applications.
Thorsten Wesse, CEO
Generation 1: Technology Demonstration
Generation 2: Customer Acceptance
Generation 3: Cost Reduction
Generation 4: Market Introduction / Cost Reduction II
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