Nedstack http://www.nedstack.com/ Nedstack fuel cell technology B.V. (NFCT) manufactures and commercializes PEM fuel cell stacks. Our customers are system integrators of PEM fuel cells for stationary and transport applications. Together with partners Nedstack also delivers large stationary fuel cell systems, such as the largest PEM power plant in the world, and have developed and delivered pre-commercial products for road and maritime transport applications. Nedstack was established in 1999 in Arnhem (The Netherlands) as a spin-off from the PEM fuel cell activities within the company AkzoNobel. Since that time, over 300 man years have been spent growing the company commercially. NFCT has developed PEM power plant knowhow in both the Delfzijl PEM 70 kW pilot power plant, the Solvay 1 MW PEM power plant in Lillo, as well as the 2 MW PEM power plant developed and operated under the recent DEMCOPEM project. Nedstack is an active member of the New IG Industry Grouping. In previous FCH-JU funded projects Nedstack has built up a successful track record of technical development as well as overall project management.