Volkswagen Joins the Fuel Cell Crowd

September 17, 2004 [] Auxiliary power units (APU) are in Volkswagen’s future, and IdaTech, a producer of fuel cell systems, was selected to design and manufacture an integrated fuel processor system that operates on diesel fuel. The agreement is part of a vehicle demonstration project at Volkswagen, and marks a first for IdaTech as working directly with a major European automotive company on vehicle fuel cell systems. The fuel processing system will be a custom design for vehicular applications, and will incorporate a metal membrane hydrogen purification system. The company’s fuel cell solutions are based on a flexible, modular design that supports the development of systems with a range of outputs up to 50 kW.
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