Taiwanese group opens R170m fuel cell factory in SA

  Bringing technology that protects cellular networks against power outages to a country grappling with load shedding. By Suren Naidoo 8 Sep 2020  11:00 Chem Energy president Angelin Maharaj (in face mask) leads a tour of the new plant near Durban. Image: Supplied Chem Energy, a subsidiary of Taiwanese multinational Chung-Hsin Electric and Machinery Manufacturing (Chem) Corporation, on Monday opened its R170 million high-tech fuel cell factory at the Dube TradePort Special Economic Zone (SEZ), north of Durban.  Chem Corporation, which is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange, said in a statement that…

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