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ROCHESTER, NY – With lower or zero emissions compared to combustion engines, fuel cells address critical climate challenges. Since they can be used in a wide range of applications, powering systems as large as a utility power station to a small laptop, the market is expected to grow 26.4% between 2020 and 2025. As OEMs seek to capitalize on this, PEKO offers full-service contract manufacturing to bring these systems to market.

“Fuel cell technologies are often large, complex products with difficult environmental requirements,” explained Scott Baxter, Marketing and Business Development Manager at PEKO. “With our special attention to detail, our engineers can meet the precise and challenging specifications through a one-stop-shop setup that allows for consistent, high-quality production no matter how aggressive the lead times.”

PEKO’s team of product development engineers and contract manufacturing personnel are experienced in bringing new clean energy hardware to market from prototype to full-scale production volumes, providing proven capabilities for new fuel cell equipment, including:

  • Welded frames
  • Component manufacturing
  • Systems integration
  • Balance of plant
  • Electro-mechanical assemblies
  • Electrical testing
  • Wire harnessing

Baxter also added that, “To commercialize fuel cell equipment products, PEKO offers a complete range of services in-house.  We encourage potential clients to come do a site visit at our facility to see for themselves how our talented team combined with our technology can help their businesses grow.”

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