Blue World Technologies' success depends on China: "Welcome to the future"

Chinese investors backing Blue World Technologies are helping the fuel-cell firm to achieve new heights. "We can't sit here in Europe and pretend this isn't happening," says co-founder about China's major move into energy tech.

Photo: PR / Blue World Technologies

Europe's largest fuel-cell factory is set to reach completion next year in Northern Denmark's Aalborg, and much of the development is being financed by four Chinese investors – four rather strategically crucial pillars.

Even though Denmark is rich in fuel-cell technology specialists and know-how, without these four backers, Blue World Technologies, headquartered in Aalborg, would have been forced to look far and wide to find risk-prone capital – not to mention access to the important Chinese fuel-cell market.

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