Neah Power Moving to 200 mm Silicon Process

Seattle, Washington [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Neah Power Systems is expanding the research and development of its patented porous silicon-based direct methanol fuel cell using a 100 mm silicon (Si) wafer to include a more efficient 200 mm Si wafer process. By conforming to the 200 mm Si wafer, Neah Power expects to produce electrodes with an aggregate active area of 202 cm2, representing a 10x increase in active Si per wafer over the present 100 mm process. Additionally, the adoption of a 200 mm design process increases access to a wider range of partners for outsourced silicon production.
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