Elcogen earns ISO certification for SOFC tech

1 May, 2012

Europe’s leading manufacturer of solid oxide fuel cell Elcogen has earned ISO certificates for standardized production and sale of solid oxide fuel cells.

The company has achieved the standards of ISO 9001: 2008 and ISO14001: 2004 standards.

These certify that Bureau Veritas Certification confirms that Elcogen Management System has been audited and found to be in accordance with the requirements of the management system standard for the development, production, and sale of solid oxide fuel cells.

During preparation, Elcogen thoroughly analyzed its production, development, and sales processes in order to map, describe, and standardize its internal quality management to reach those goals internationally accepted.

Elcogen founder and CEO Enn Õunpuu said:

“In addition to quality management, Elcogen believes that the environment around us is as equally important.

“We have set up a framework to support our goals and we dedicate ourselves to develop and follow it. Combining these two aspects that describe the two standards, we are sure that we can be even more valuable partners to our current and future customers. “

Elcogen is the world’s most advanced manufacturer of ceramic anode-supported, low temperature solid oxide fuel cells. The company’s proprietary cells and stacks deliver market-leading electrical efficiency and are positioned to achieve market-enabling lifetime and cost levels.