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Nedstack is one of Europe’s largest manufacturers of PEM fuel cells and was established in 1998 as a spinoff of AkzoNobel – a major paints and coatings company and a global producer of speciality chemicals. Based in Arnhem, the Netherlands, Nedstack is now a privately owned and independent company. The majority of Nedstack’s business comes from the selling of stacks to system integrators, but the company has recently entered the chlor-alkali industry under its own name in a series of collaborations.
This case study looks at the certification and installation of a 1 MW stationary system at Solvay's chlor-alkali plant in Belgium.