From now on, Symbio is committed to controlling the cost curve and putting in place production standards by 2023, as well as producing 200,000 StackPack per year by 2030. The company is thus helping to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen mobility, which is zero-emission by nature and is not restrictive in terms of charging time and autonomy for end users.
Equally owned by Faurecia and Michelin, Symbio, whose ambition is to become a world leader in hydrogen mobility, designs, produces and markets hydrogen systems for light and commercial vehicles, buses and trucks, as well as various other formats of electric vehicles. The company claims a unique expertise: the vehicles it has equipped have already covered more than three million kilometres. It has also been working for more than ten years on hydrogen technology and its integration into vehicles. This expertise is what Symbio is now making available to manufacturers around the world through its range of StackPack® pre-validated and pre-integrated hydrogen systems.