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Electrocatalyst for fuel cell electric vehicles

The electrocatalyst is a key material that greatly affects the output of the fuel cell stack (FC stack) in fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), the "ultimate eco-car", as well as the ratio of hydrogen (H2) consumption to the vehicle's driving range. Cataler's electrocatalysts helped overcome challenges such as increasing the output of the FC stack and improving the H2 consumption rate, and contributed to improving the performance of the world's first mass-produced fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the MIRAI (Toyota Motor Corporation), which was launched in 2014. Cataler's electrocatalysts are also used in the MIRAI, which was fully remodeled in 2020.

Electrocatalyst for fuel cell electric vehicles