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Press kit 2016

QUANT 48VOLT – 300 km/h Electric Sports Car with Low-Voltage Flow Cell Drive

London and Kilchberg, February 2017 - nanoFlowcell Holdings is presenting the state-of-the-art in fuel cell research at this year's Geneva International Motor Show. The QUANT 48VOLT features for the first time the new nanoFlowcell® 48VOLT low-voltage drive with the world's first variably controllable mobile flow cell for a constant source of electrical energy and all-new low-voltage electric motors providing propulsion of race-car proportions.


Electric cars with 48-volt flow cell drive are the future

  • Breakthrough in flow cell research: nanoFlowcell develops the first flow cells that can be variably controlled - significant reduction in cost and weight for nanoFlowcell electric drives
  • nanoFlowcell 48VOLT - the most powerful, most environmentally compatible and most cost-effective EV drive system on the market
  • La Vecchia sees nanoFlowcell 48VOLT flow cell drive as the upcoming technology standard for electric vehicles


nanoFlowcell Plans Stock Market Flotation

  • nanoFlowcell Holdings Ltd founded in London
  • nanoFlowcell IP AG moved from Lichtenstein to Switzerland
  • Successful prototype tests confirm investor interest in future-safe energy-storage technology
  • Analyst statement: “nanoFlowcell will revolutionise electric mobility.”
  • Stock market flotation envisaged for nanoFlowcell Holdings Ltd in 2017 


nanoFlowcell AG Achieves Breakthrough in Flow Cell Technology

  • nanoFlowcell® makes electric drive suitable for everyday use and fit for the environment
  • nanoFlowcell® systems are an environmentally friendly form of energy supply and energy storage - powerful, safe to use, harmless to health, kind to the environment and with zero harmful emissions
  • The performance of nanoFlowcell® is orders of magnitude better than conventional batteries, accumulators or flow cells
  • nanoFlowcell® has enormous application potential on land, on water and in the air
  • It costs less than 10 euro cents per litre to produce the energy carrier on an industrial level