Stuart Energy Unveils New Hydrogen Energy Station
TORONTO, Feb 18, 2003 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- Stuart Energy Systems Corporation (TSX: HHO) unveiled and demonstrated the world's first intelligent electrolytic Hydrogen Energy Station (HES) at its headquarters in Mississauga, Ontario today. Attending the event were industry and government officials, executives from major Stuart Energy's Asian joint venture partner Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings as well as project partners Ford Motor Company and representatives of Ballard Power Systems.
Stuart Energy's HES is positioned to revolutionize the way energy and fuel is created and used. It is the foundation of a new hydrogen infrastructure that uses only water and electricity to produce clean, pure hydrogen. With Stuart Energy's HES, low-cost electricity can now be stored as high-value energy in the form of hydrogen, then subsequently deployed, on- demand, for delivering emission-free fuel for vehicles, emergency back-up power for buildings, electrical grid optimization, off-grid rural electrification, and other critical applications that will ensure a future of clean and secure energy.
The HES consists of five product modules:
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