Blue World Technologies is an advanced developer and manufacturer of methanol fuel cell components and systems for various automotive applications.
Blue World Technologies uses HT PEM-technology combined with methanol reforming ensuring a simple system design with high conversion efficiency creating a vehicle with all benefits: long range, fast refuelling, zero harmful emissions, and low fuel cost.
With decades of industry experience, we are on a mission to provide the next generation of clean, efficient and competitive methanol fuel cell systems to the world and to retire the combustion engine.
With a worldwide focus on reducing CO2 emitted into the atmosphere and eliminating harmful particle emission from the automotive industry, AIWAYS, a Shanghai-based personal mobility provider, has teamed up with the Danish developer and manufacturer of high-temperature methanol fuel cells, Blue World Technologies. The collaboration is based on AIWAYS’ overall goal to create the next generation of sustainable vehicles.
Blue World Technologies has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the fast-moving new energy vehicle manufacturer AIWAYS, with the purpose of supplying the market with vehicles powered by methanol fuel cells for fast refuelling and long range.
Worldwide, the climate is changing mainly due to too much CO2 emitted into the atmosphere. At the same time, 91% of the world’s population lives in places where air pollution exceeds WHO guideline limits resulting in 4.2 million premature deaths each year.
A year ago, the methanol fuel cell manufacturer Blue World Technologies saw the light of day – now, one year later, many goals have been accomplished and the company is continuing on the path towards supplying a real green alternative to the combustion engine.
17 September 2019, the ground was broken for the construction of the world’s largest methanol fuel cell factory at the Port of Aalborg. The factory covers 5,285 m2 and will have a yearly production capacity of 750 MW, equivalent to 50,000 fuel cell units. The groundbreaking is an important milestone in realising the vision of Blue World Technologies: to be the leading supplier of methanol fuel cells and eventually to retire the combustion engine.
To strengthen their market position, Blue World Technologies has acquired 15 per cent of Danish Power Systems, a highly recognised developer and manufacturer of MEA-technology. The MEA (membrane electrode assembly) is one of the core components in the fuel cell stack, and with a focus on high-efficiency Blue World Technologies is going to utilise the proven technology of Danish Power Systems for their methanol fuel cell systems.
As part of the research and development work on the Blue World Technologies fuel cell technology, the company has entered a strategic collaboration with Aalborg University, a top-ranking University in engineering that is highly recognised worldwide for its work within fuel cell technologies.
In October last year, Blue World Technologies saw the light of day as a new player in the methanol fuel cell market for the transport sector. Since then, interest has been enormous, and the company has now closed the initial investment round with great success. The goal is a stock exchange listing within five years.