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Cheer for AFC Energy in Land of Smiles

AFC Energy has signed a new co-operation agreement in Bangkok to accelerate the adoption of its fuel cell systems in proposed energy-from-waste (EfW) projects in Thailand.

The agreement, comprising a Memorandum of Understanding, was signed between AFC Energy, Waste2Tricity International (Thailand) Ltd, and Alter NRG Corporation.

The MOU builds on the commercialisation deal announced on 31 October 2013 granting exclusive rights to Waste2Tricity International (Thailand) Ltd to use AFC Energy’s fuel cell systems to generate renewable power from hydrogen gasified from municipal solid waste. 

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