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‹Mohrdieck›: To be able to use the fuel cell across other automotive segments
and in large volumes in the future, we now face the task of developing our
basic module further, so that it integrates even more efficiently into our
group-wide electric modular system. This would give us maximum flexibility.
The systems could then be variably combined with different battery sizes,
allowing them to be used for any operating profile whatsoever.
PROF. DR. CHRISTIAN MOHRDIECK
DIRECTOR FUEL CELL AND BATTERY DRIVE
DEVELOPMENT, DAIMLER AG AND CEO OF THE
DAIMLER SUBSIDIARY NUCELLSYS
Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck (58) has been head of the Fuel Cell Drive
Development Department as part of Daimler's Group Research and Development
unit for Mercedes-Benz Cars since 2005. He is also Managing Director of
NuCellSys GmbH, a wholly-owned
subsidiary of Daimler AG. This company is
regarded as the world leader in the development of fuel cell and fueling systems
for vehicle applications. Mohrdieck is thus responsible for the fuel cell drive
activities of Daimler AG, including cooperative ventures.