Eberspächer VAIREX is a leading supplier of high-performance air compressors for fuel cells used in mobile, material handling and stationary application. The technology applied is uniquely well suited to meet the specific fuel cell air compressor requirements such as clean air and durability. Since July 2021 we are a member of the globally active Eberspächer Group and we have a clear vision for the future: we will actively shape the mobility and energy change. Dedicated people are working on smart solutions and future-oriented products. From our headquarters in Boulder Colorado we service our clients with sales offices in Asia and Europe.
To us, hydrogen is an important energy carrier for a sustainable future. If hydrogen is produced with renewable energies, then we are talking about green hydrogen. This is becoming increasingly important as a potentially CO2-neutral raw material. Mobile and stationary fuel cell technology can be used in transport and traffic or in the decentralised supply of electricity and heat to residential areas or office buildings.
Eberspächer bundles its strengths for a sustainable future in its new business area “Hydrogen Mobility”.
We consider all aspects of sustainable business activities such as innovative products, ensuring resource-friendly, energy-efficient production and recycling or the well-being of our employees. We feel responsible for observing requirements and standards and are optimizing our activities to improve constantly.
With approximately 10,000 employees at 80 locations worldwide, the Eberspächer Group is one of the automotive industry’s leading system developers and suppliers. The family business, headquartered in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, stands for innovative solutions in exhaust technology, automotive electronics and thermal management for a broad range of vehicle types. In combustion or hybrid engines and in e-mobility, the components and systems from Eberspächer ensure greater comfort, higher safety and a clean environment. Eberspächer is paving the way for future technologies such as mobile and stationary fuel cell applications, synthetic fuels as well as the use of hydrogen as an energy carrier. In 2020, the Group generated revenue of more than 4.9 billion euros.