Intelligent Energy’s automotive fuel cell products showcased at EVS31

Published on Thu 27 September, 2018

Media alert, Loughborough, UK – Thursday September 27: Intelligent Energy will be displaying select examples of its automotive and UAV products as part of the UK Pavilion at the 31st Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition at the Kobe Convention Center, Japan from 30th September to 2nd October.

Intelligent Energy’s proprietary fuel cells, provide clean power at class leading power densities for a range of automotive applications, whether for primary powerplant, battery electric vehicle range extender or off-highway use. Visitors to the EVS31 Exhibition will be able to see examples of Intelligent Energy’s class leading Air Cooled and Evaporatively Cooled PEM fuel cell stacks.

Visitors to the show will also be able to see the lightweight 650W Fuel Cell Power Module (FCPM), which has been specifically designed for the commercial UAV market and offers considerably longer flight times when compared to traditional batteries. The product is suitable for a variety of UAVs and runs on hydrogen and ambient air to produce clean power in a simple, cost effective, robust, lightweight and rapidly refuellable package.

A team of industry and fuel cell experts from Intelligent Energy will be on hand at the show to talk to visitors about Intelligent Energy’s fuel cell products. If you would like to book a meeting or a media interview either at the show or before, please email

For more information about Intelligent Energy’s products, visit

About Intelligent Energy

Intelligent Energy is a fuel cell engineering company focused on the development and commercialisation of its PEM fuel cell technologies for a range of markets including automotive, stationary power and UAVs. We are headquartered in the UK, with additional operations in the US, Japan, India, and China.


About EVS31

EVS is the world’s largest international Exhibition and Symposium for all fields related to Electric Vehicles, such as battery electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles. It is held with the venue rotating between North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific, having a long history of nearly 50 years since the first EVS in the US.