SYMBIO and FÉTIS Group Join Forces for Hydrogen Mobility
Published on Feb.
SYMBIO and FÉTIS Group are proud to announce a partnership aimed at propelling the market for low carbon off-road mobility with fuel cell technology. This collaboration, formalized on Thursday, February 2, 2023 at the Hyvolution exhibition, reflects a shared commitment to making hydrogen the driving force behind the decarbonation of machines for agriculture and construction and other off-road applications.
Putting Hydrogen at the Core of Off-Road Decarbonation
The FÉTIS Group brings knowledge of machine architecture and duty cycles, as well as deep experience in machine system integration. This is a great match for the hydrogen fuel cell technology that is designed and manufactured by Symbio. This partnership is a natural evolution arising from the success of previous collaborations on the FÉTIS Group’s initial hydrogen projects.
Philippe Rosier, CEO of Symbio, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “Symbio’s fuel cell technology adapts seamlessly to all forms of mobility without compromising performance. This agreement allows us to efficiently deploy our hydrogen solutions beyond on-road mobility, where we have already established promising references. We are thrilled about this collaboration with a committed partner like the FÉTIS Group, showcasing the richness of our French ecosystem.”
Yannick BILLY, CEO of the Power System Division at FÉTIS Group, emphasized the pivotal nature of the partnership, stating, “This marks a turning point in the life of the FÉTIS Group. By supporting manufacturers in the design of new machines and users in the transformation of existing machines to achieve Carbon Neutrality, we can accelerate the Energy Transition of machines. This, in turn, addresses the climate and environmental challenges of tomorrow.”
The signing of this protocol is not just a formal agreement but a commitment to a shared vision – a vision where hydrogen becomes a catalyst for change, powering a new era of clean and efficient off-road mobility.