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Johnson Matthey, SFC Energy Sign Agreement For Supply Of Membrane Electrode Assemblies

Johnson Matthey (JMAT.L) said it has won a multi-million pound agreement to provide 400,000 Direct Methanol MEA fuel cell components to SFC Energy AG. The agreement is starting in February 2021 for a duration of over three years.

Peter Podesser, CEO of SFC said: "We have been working together with Johnson Matthey for almost 20 years. Through our combined expertise we will further enhance the performance of our product family and increase our contribution to a greener energy supply."

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