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  • Right now, PowerCell’s PS-5 system is up and running in a field hospital in Pretoria, South Africa. The purpose? To provide sustainable electricity from hydrogen. To be able to help during the pandemic means a lot. But we’re also a part of something bigger. The inquiries for fuel cells are increasing, especially in areas where the energy shortage is a challenge. I’m proud to be part of this evolution, and to be part of PowerCell, a company that truly wants to do good.

    Emilia Eråker

    Manager Product Quality Assurance

  • Fanny works as a CFD (computational fluid dynamics) engineer. This means that she typically uses the full power of the computer to solve equations that describe the behavior of gas and fluid flows. As Fanny puts it: "Do you want to be a driving force in the energy transition and work with dedicated colleagues? Do you want to apply, deepen and expand your knowledge in a place that fosters growth?" Then you should join us on a journey to improve our future!

    Fanny Byström

    CFD Engineer

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