Australian Patents Granted for Fuel Cell Technology

Victoria, Australia [] Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited (CFCL) has been granted two new Australian patents relating to its fuel cell technology. Plus, it has applications in respect of the technologies pending in Europe, USA, Japan, China, Canada, India, and Norway. The first new patent relates to ceramic powders, a key material used in the production of solid oxide fuel cells. It protects a continuous reactor process that produces chemical products of exceptionally uniform quality at high production rates. The second new patent is for a process of producing electricity using fuel cells operating with a fuel supply that includes hydrocarbons higher than methane, for instance LPG and ethanol. CFCL’s fuel cells already use natural gas, syngas and hydrogen to generate electricity.
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