EU gives â‚¬1m grant to fund on-board fuel cell project
- Yemen. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;7/4/1997, Vol. 41 Issue 27, p21
Reports on Wartsila NSD Corp.'s start of construction of a new diesel-fired power plant in Mukalla, Yemen.
- Ambitious pilot program gets under way in Finland. // Power;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 142 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the Wartsila NSD plant in Vaasa, Finland, which is described as the world's most desirous development program for large engine/generators producing electricity. Features of the facility; Description of the plant's hot combustion engine; Elements of hot combustion technology;...
- Power plant order for Tanzania. // European Power News;Aug97, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p7
Reports on Wartsila NSD Corp.'s receipt of a $114 million order to build a 100-megawatt power plant in the area of Dar es Salaam, the capital of Tanzania. Tegata Power Station's reliance on ten Wartsila 38 engines; Scheduled start of operations for the factory.
- Multi-fuel diesel engines well suited to FPSOs on the move. // Offshore;Apr99, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p150
Provides information on the promotion efforts of Wartsila NSD company in Vaasa, Finland for its gas-diesel (GD) engines for offshore production units. Features of the multi-fuel engines of Wartsila; Reason for the standard development of the power modules.
- Fuel Cells For Handhelds Showing Promise. Morrison, David G. // Electronic Design;4/29/2002, Vol. 50 Issue 9, p33
Features Mechanical Technology Inc.'s methanol-powered fuel cells for handheld devices. Power output; Polymer-membrane-based fuel cell combined with a fuel cartridge; Efforts to replace lithium-ion based battery.
- Smaller Fuel Cells Get Closer To Replacing Batteries. Gawel, Richard // Electronic Design;5/27/2002, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p34
Focuses on Jet Propulsion Laboratory's design of small fuel cells for portable electronics. Problems with large fuel cells; Design of the small fuel cells; Use of liquid methanol as the fuel.
- Toshiba targets portable PCs with direct methanol fuel cell. // Electronics Weekly;3/19/2003, Issue 2091, p15
Evaluates the prototype direct methanol fuel cell developed by Toshiba for portable personal computers. Components of the actual cell; Functions of the data link for personal computers; Capacity.
- Reform school. // Automotive Industries;Nov95, Vol. 175 Issue 11, p22
Reports that scientists at the Argonne National Labs have perfected a type of fuel cell, called a methanol reformer, which does not require the storage of hydrogen gas. How the fuel cell works; Inexpensiveness of the cell.
- Methanol fuel source for energy cell. LeBlanc, Leonard // Offshore;May97, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p32
Reports on a device that uses methanol to produce a fuel cell with the necessary low cost, power, longevity and quick recharge capability.