November 23, 2009

Portable fuel cell for Christmas?

I am not sure if fuel cell generated electric bikes will be available in time for the holidays this year (although I want one in a folding bike - Dear Santa...), but SiGNa Chemistry said that it was able to successfully design, assemble, and initial test its H300 Hydrogen Generation System for portable fuel cells.

Using SiGNa's proprietary sodium silicide (NaSi) powder, the H300 generates hydrogen on demand in swappable cartridges via two hydrogen canisters that generate more than 800 liters of hydrogen at a combined flow-rate of up to 4 slpm (continuous) and 10 slpm (peak).



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