Danish Power Systems specializes in the development and manufacture of the core component of High Temperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (HTPEM) fuel cells: the membrane electrode assembly (MEA). HTPEM fuel cells can use all fuels, e.g. methanol, diesel, and natural gas that can be converted into a gas containing hydrogen.
Danish Power Systems products are registered under the Dapozol® trademark. The Dapozol® MEA is documented to show both best in class durability and performance.
Danish Power Systems is actively engaging in several partnerships with leading universities and companies worldwide. This is an important factor for our leading innovation capacity, which is enabling us to deliver continuous improvement of the Dapozol® MEA.
Danish Power Systems has established a number of strategic partnerships in order bring us closer to the market and therefore understand the individual needs, demands, specifications, and requirements of our customers. This facilitates our effort and belief in delivering state of the art and customized technology to the benefit of our customers.
Danish Power Systems’ Dapozol® products hold a number of advantages, which are:
Over the past five years, Danish Power Systems has, with several partners, worked on a development project titled 4M (Mechanisms, Materials, Manufacturing and Management). The project has resulted in better lifetime and performance for the fuel cells, as well as a fantastic cooperation between academic institutions and the private sector on both a national and international level.
Danish Power Systems employee Merit Bodner has received an Award of Excellence from the Austrian Ministry of Research and Technology, for her PhD-work on fuel cells. Merit accepted the award in Vienna on the 7th of December 2017.
The clean technology company Danish Power Systems north of Copenhagen, Denmark, has, with partners at the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague, Czech Republic, achieved the best operating stability for high temperature polymer fuel cells seen so far.