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September 3rd, 2003
Power & Energy Develops Key Fuel Cell Technology
Power & Energy, Inc., (P&E) a small company with 12 employees, founded in 1993 in Bucks County Pennsylvania is about to revolutionize the use of fuel cells and kick-start the Hydrogen Economy. The company, which develops and manufactures hydrogen separators, has developed new hybrid hydrogen separation technology specifically designed for fuel cell applications. Using advanced nano-technology, a system the size of a typical telephone directory (one tenth of a cubic foot) can supply the hydrogen needed for a 100KW fuel cell that could be used to power a car. By using P&E’s technology, auto manufacturers could dramatically shorten the projected time needed to make fuel cells powered vehicles practical for the general public.
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