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Ships in port can also use a kind of extension cord plugged in to land power supplies, but Scott Samuelsen, director of the National Fuel Cell Research Center at the University of California, Irvine, says these cords can be somewhat dangerous if they get tangled during loading or unloading.
Hillary Clinton of New York has the ear of a GM official, urging him to build a fuel cell vehicle plant at the site.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] While the fuel cell locomotive has been shipped to CANMET's experimental mine in Val d'Or, Que.
The Ford P2000 may look like an ordinary Contour, albeit one with a lot of bright graphics, but it's radical in every sense, from its ultra-light 2,000-pound aluminum, carbon fiber and magnesium construction and state-of-the-art electric motor to the hydrogen-powered fuel cell stack under its hood.
Just the thrum of its electric drive, powered by a phosphoric acid fuel cell that converts airborne oxygen and methanol-derived hydrogen into electricity and water, while emitting negligible amounts of pollutants.
The report provides a concise look at the challenges faced by portable electronics, the ability of micro fuel cells to meet these challenges, and the current state of micro fuel cell development.
a world leader in engineered fuel cell membranes, revealed today that its new, ultra-thin membrane delivers over 40% more power than any fuel cell membrane previously available.
com, the leading supplier of portable fuel cell systems, announced today that Jadoo and technology partner Millennium Cell (NASDAQ: MCEL) were chosen as fuel cell technology providers for the Greater Columbia "Fuel Cell Challenge.