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Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, Ballard Power Systems and Forsee Power announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for a strategic partnership to develop fully integrated fuel cell and battery solutions, optimized for performance, cost and installation for heavy-duty hydrogen mobility applications. Ballard is also committing to participate as a cornerstone lead investor (up to EUR 40 million) in connection with the proposed IPO of Forsee. This commitment would allow Ballard to acquire a stake in Forsee Power upon its initial public offering on Euronext in Paris, France.
This strategic partnership is the beginning of a long-term collaboration involving the co-design, co-development, production, marketing, and sales of integrated fuel cell battery solutions. For the planned integrated solution, Ballard will supply the fuel cell system and related controls, and Forsee Power will supply the battery system and related battery management system, cooling system and high voltage DC/DC conversion system. The parties will jointly develop the EMS (Energy Management System) to optimize the hybrid fuel cell and battery system architecture.

Ballard Power Systems press release

Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, First Hydrogen Corp. announced that it has completed the initial design of its light commercial demonstrator vehicle for the UK market, together with AVL Powertrain and Ballard Power Systems. First Hydrogen Corp. is a Vancouver based company focused on zero-emission vehicles and supercritical carbon dioxide extractor systems.
The Company earlier announced that it has started the development and build of two hydrogen fuel cell-powered light commercial demonstrator vans at the AVL facilities in the United Kingdom for delivery in Q3 2022. These Vans will use the MAN eTGE as a donor vehicle and be equipped with the latest generation Ballard FCgen -LCS fuel cell, giving the vehicles a range of more than 500 kilometres. These vehicles will allow First Hydrogen to demonstrate to prospective customers the capabilities of a zero-emissions hydrogen van, including combined range and payload, towing and speed of refuelling, and to gather detailed specifications from customers and secure orders going forward for its bespoke design for the UK, EU and North American markets.

First Hydrogen Corp press release

Oct 19, 2021

On October 15, Stellantis announced it will cut about 1,800 jobs at Windsor Assembly Plant when it goes to one shift from two starting in spring 2022 because of the global semiconductor shortage and effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unifor Local 444 said that the change would be effective April 17.
The minivan plant employs 4,213 hourly and 185 salaried employees after its third shift was cut in 2020.
Despite the workforce reduction, Stellantis reaffirmed its commitment to invest USD 1.13 billion into Windsor by 2024 for a new platform supporting plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles as a part of 2020’s contract with Canadian autoworkers union Unifor.
Announcing the 2020 agreement, Unifor President Jerry Dias said the Windsor workforce was expected to grow from two shifts by more than 2,000 starting in 2023 with a 38-week ramp-up of the new platform.

(Detroit News article on October 15, 2021)
Keyword: plant operating status