Firms team up for low cost fuel cells

Bush, Steve
February 2007
Electronics Weekly;2/7/2007, Issue 2274, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the collaboration of CMR Fuel Cells with inkjet printing specialist Xaar PLC and Solvay SA to develop a single-step process in making fuel cell stacks. The partnership unfolds the possibility of understanding advancements to the cost effectiveness and reliability of fuel cells. According to CMR's CEO John Halfpenny, the improvements are important to their partners who are searching power solutions.


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