Raleigh-based Microcell has announced in a press release on its web site that it has bought an 80-thousand square foot facility in Eastern North Carolina to ramp up production of its microcell… the world’s smallest fuel cell (not just a clever title). This fuel cell is expected to help power cars in the future.
“Microcell is moving beyond research and development and is preparing for product commercialization. We anticipate the need for environmentally clean energy technologies to significantly increase in the next decade. Microcell projects to be a major player in this field.” said Andrew Williams, Microcell CFO.
Microcell adds this facility to its 12-thousand square foot headquarters in North Carolina’s Research Triangle. The new plant will employ about 100 people.