Made in Germany; Made for the World

about us

mPower GmbH is commercializing the high temperature SOFC stacks, which are developed by Fraunhofer IKTS using ceramic components to address the need for a robust, efficient, flexible, adaptable, cost effective and a reliable fuel cell technology. Due to its high temperature, the mPower stacks can take in fuel impurities and hence are most suitable for multi-fuel inputs & therefore provided utility in varied applications.

mPower is a Dresden, Germany based company with a focus to deliver state of the art stacks to its world-wide customers.

mPower has a Global license from the inventors of the technology to manufacture, market, service and carry out further research, development and engineering on the stacks.

Key features of mPower Stacks

Reliable and Stable
Global Industry Standard
Key focus on Innovation & Excellence
Robust & Scalable from W to MW
Over 400 kW CFY stacks operational worldwide

Solutions with mPower

mPower’s approach is Solutions driven and we try to develop ideas that will help our customers get the maximum value form the stacks that they integrate in their systems. Along with our technology partners Fraunhofer IKTS, we can provide a range of services starting from selling just the stacks to developing modules, hotbox designs and integrate them with BoP into commercial systems.

Working with our customers and value engineering our product offering to suit the customers’ requirements is the core approach at mPower.

Company timeline

Starting from November 2015 until today and then to 2021

  • 2012

    Idea of mPower conceived

  • November 2015

    mPower registered as a Dresden GmbH company

  • February 2016

    Start of mPower’s office

  • June 2016

    First commercial order

  • December 2016

    Commencement of development work for enhancement in the stacks

  • 2018 - 2019

    Commencement of manufacturing facility in Dresden
    Begin of Technology Transfer and further development of stack manufacturing technology
    Project 50% Funded by Sächsische AufbauBank (SAB)

  • 2019 - 2020

    Start of manufacturing facility in India