DCH receives order for 5kw fuel cell

DCH Technology, Inc. a manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen-specific sensors, announced that the Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) has ordered a 5kW DCH Enable(TM) fuel cell power system with a natural gas reformer for testing and demonstration. A consortium, organized by HARC, will test the fuel cell’s performance and reliability as a clean and affordable energy source. The HARC consortium is assessing several stationary proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells as part of their multi-year study. Consortium members are Dana Corporation, Southern Company, Texaco Energy Systems, Inc., and Walt Disney Imagineering Research and Development. The DCH system, to be delivered the fourth quarter of this year, represents the first fuel cell system with a reformer ordered by HARC.

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