Europe’s largest integrated site producing hydrogen fuel cells inaugurated


Symbio, a joint venture between Forvia, Michelin, and Stellantis, has inaugurated its first fuel cell gigafactory, SymphonHy. Located in Saint-Fons, France, SymphonHy has a production capacity of 16,000 fuel cells, set to increase to 50,000 by 2026, making it the largest integrated fuel cell production site in Europe.
The site houses the Group’s headquarters, a production plant, an innovation hub of unparalleled dimension, and the Symbio Hydrogen Academy.

With its state-of-the-art technology, SymphonHy has a high level of automation and robotics supporting large-scale industrial production at a more competitive cost. These developments are key to accelerate the roll-out of competitive, high-performance hydrogen-powered transport, and contribute to the energy transition and the ambitions of Europe to move towards net zero.

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