Hydrogen fuel system

Millennium Cell Inc., a development-stage company that has created a proprietary technology to safely generate and store hydrogen, has provided the Ford Motor Company a prototype Hydrogen on Demand(TM) fuel system for automotive application evaluation. The system will be evaluated by Ford at the Research Laboratories in Dearborn, Michigan, to validate the capabilities of the fuel system to deliver hydrogen to either a fuel cell or an internal combustion engine.
Millennium Cell has invented and developed a proprietary process called Hydrogen on Demand(TM) that safely generates pure hydrogen or electricity from environmentally friendly raw materials. In the process, the energy potential of hydrogen is carried in the chemical bonds of sodium borohydride, which in the presence of a particular catalyst either releases hydrogen or produces electricity. The primary input components of the reaction are water and sodium borohydride, a derivative of borax. Borax is found in substantial natural reserves globally. Millennium Cell technology can be applied in transportation and portable power, including micro-power and long-life batteries.

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