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January 6th, 2004
P&E Awarded DARPA Contract For Key Fuel Cell Technology
Power & Energy has been selected for a Phase II SBIR contract award by DARPA. Entitled "A Novel Low Cost Membrane for Recovery of Hydrogen from Fuel Cell Reformates," this Phase II SBIR program is a continuation of previous work successfully completed under a Phase I SBIR contract, which was funded by the US Army Research Office (ARO). The company has recently developed new hybrid hydrogen separation technology specifically for fuel cell applications. This new membrane, based on thin film nano-structures, will enable fuel cell users to cost-effectively generate high purity hydrogen-on-demand from any reformed fuel source.
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