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April 19th, 2005

PolyFuel Named One of 200 Finalists for Red Herring 100

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Today Red Herring announced that PolyFuel has been named one of the two hundred Finalists for the Red Herring 100 Private Companies of North America award program.

PolyFuel's unmatched capability to rapidly translate the system-level requirements of fuel cell designers and manufacturers into engineered polymer nano-architectures has led to its introduction of best-in-class hydrocarbon membranes for both portable direct methanol fuel cells and for automotive hydrogen fuel cells.

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