AFC Energy receives final building permit to construct world’s largest fuel cell facility in the world


AFC Energy, the industrial fuel cell power company, is pleased to announce that it has received its second and final Building Permit from the Stade building and urban development authorities in Lower Saxony, Germany.

This is important as it allows the company to conclude construction of what will be the world’s largest industrial alkaline fuel cell facility.

This final stage building permit follows the First Partial Building Permit, announced to the market on 26 March 2015. Now it has been received, this final building permit will allow AFC and its contractors to erect all above ground infrastructure including the industrial steel frame building to house the KORE fuel cell system, all storage tanks, piping, connection points and ancillary above ground equipment.

Over the past few months, the final permitting review and approval process has been undertaken in parallel with early phase construction works with concrete being poured this week on the site, on top of the installed piled foundations and reinforcement base structure.

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