Bramble Energy has unveiled its new multi-million pound headquarters with a hydrogen fuel cell research, development and testing facility in West Sussex.
The Hydrogen Innovation Hub aims to level up the UK’s hydrogen and fuel cell testing capability and accelerate the production of what it claims will be the “world’s first” printed circuit board (PCB) hydrogen fuel cell.
The hub also enables concepts to be taken through from the research and development phase up to production-ready technology, as well as test fuel cells producing single digit Watts up to multi kW sizes required to service heavy transport industries.
Bramble Energy secured £5 million in funding in July 2022 from the UK Government and raised an additional £35 million in February 2022, followed by an additional £12 million awarded by the UK’s Advanced Propulsion Centre.
Dr Tom Mason, Bramble Energy co-founder and CEO said: “We are extremely proud to move into our new, state-of-the-art headquarters, which represents a major milestone for Bramble Energy. Our success and growth has been phenomenal in a very short amount of time, which is in no small part to our technology but also the support we have received and having a talented and dedicated team.
“Our world-leading Hydrogen Innovation Hub at Atrium Court will significantly contribute to levelling up the UK’s hydrogen and fuel cell testing capability. It will play a crucial role in our future development as we revolutionise the shift towards cleaner and sustainable energy solutions.”