Microcell Develops 1kW Fuel Cell Core for Automotive Applications

According to Microcell, the fuel cell core - a cluster of small tube-like fuel cell units integrated with current collection and heat exchange systems - is based on the company's novel microfibre architecture.

Published: 09-Jan-2007

Fuel cell developer Microcell Corporation has announced that it has delivered its first 1kW fuel cell core for automotive applications.

According to Microcell, the fuel cell core - a cluster of small tube-like fuel cell units integrated with current collection and heat exchange systems - is based on the company's novel microfibre architecture.

Commenting on the development, Microcell's president and chief executive Ray Eshraghi said the technology allowed for high performance in a compact package.

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