Neah Power Completes Phase 2 Developing Porous Silicon Fuel Cells

Neah Power Systems, Inc. has completed phase 2 of its contract with Danfoss A/S (Nordborg, Denmark) regarding the development of balance of plant and cartridge components for fuel cells.

In this phase, Danfoss successfully demonstrated miniaturized pump and valve components suitable for the conditions of operation of Neah’s forthcoming fuel cell systems, and also a cartridge disconnect system allowing fuel cartridges to be conveniently attached to and detached from the fuel cell power unit. This development advances the company toward its goal of commercializing its fuel cell technology. “We are very happy with the ingenuity and engineering skill that Danfoss have brought to this program,” said John Drewery, Ph.D., executive VP of engineering at Neah Power.
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