Kraftwerk has developed a new compact fuel cell with solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) technology, an all-metal casing and a patented nanotechnology layer that replaces traditionally used platinum with nickel as a catalyst (more expensive than gold). The battery can use not only hydrogen but also liquefied petroleum gas, liquefied natural gas, compressed natural gas, propane, butane and the like. It has the advantages of low cost, light weight, recyclability, quick start, etc. It can be used for stationary, moving and transporting equipment. Small battery modules have been developed and are being used in potable power bank. The product will be ready for the market in 2022 and enter the automotive product industry with great potential. The car charger being developed by Kraftwerk can supply about 250 kWh of electricity in one minute. The charger is small, compact, low cost, free of particulate matter or NOx emissions.
Dr. Sascha Kuhn
• Ph.D. in Materials Science, 10 years experience as CEO of small and medium enterprises in the US and Germany, and 18 years of experience in clean energy technology;
• Worked in BMW, Airbus, Nissan and other companies and has more than 40 international patents.
Dr. Heribert Warken
• Doctor of Business Administration with over 25 years of experience in tax and auditing, with many years of experience in entrepreneur training. Martin Pentenrieder
• Many years of BD experience and project management experience, worked for BMW and the German Federal Government.
• PhD from Stanford University
Status of Technology and Business Maturity
Automotive Applications – Drive System Development Prototypes has been developed; Drones Applications - Entering the Market