Symbol: P6K.F
Exchange: FRA
Employees: 79
Proton Motor Power Systems Plc, together with its subsidiaries, designs, develops, manufactures, and tests fuel cells and fuel cell hybrid systems, and related technical components in Germany, rest of Europe, and internationally. The company offers UPS and solar batteries; and engineering services. It provides its products for various market segments, including auxiliary power units for back-up power and smart grid applications; power supply systems for IT and infrastructure; city buses; passenger ferry boats; and heavy and light duty vehicles. The company was formerly known as Proton Power Systems plc and changed its name to Proton Motor Power Systems Plc in December 2019. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in Newcastle upon Tyne, the United Kingdom. Proton Motor Power Systems Plc is a subsidiary of SFN Cleantech Investment Limited.
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Latest news:

  • Proton Motor Power Systems CEO reduces stake in company

    Proton Motor Power Systems reported that its CEO Falih Nahab has reduced his stake in the company by 9,5 million shares. As a result of this, Proton says Nahab now has 170,3 million shares held indirectly via his 28% interest in SFN Cleantech Investment Ltd and 19.5 million shares held directly by him, representing respectively […]

  • Proton Motor releases details of February order

    Proton Motor Power Systems plc confirmed today that the customer behind the order released Feb 4, 2020, is Linsinger Maschinenbau GmbH based in Austria. The order consists of the world´s first integration of a fuel cell into a rail milling machine as part of the flagship project “MG11 H2” of the Austrian corporation. Proton Motor […]

  • Proton Motor received new order

    Proton Motors has received an order for its newly released product PM Frame, which is available in power level intervals of 21, 28, 36 and 43 kW to work as an uninterruptible power supply unit (UPS). The system will be installed as a UPS system within road tunnels. Road tunnels have to be equipped with […]