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Neah Power Partners with Silent Falcon to integrate fuel cells into unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)

Posted on October 15, 2014
 
 
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http://www.uasvision.com/2014/10/16/formic-acid-reformer-based-fuel-cells-for-uas/

Formira® hydrogen-on-demand technology expected to increase mission endurance and enable heavier payloads.  Jointly published white paper available on website.


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Chris D’Couto talks to CNBC about Drones

Posted on October 14, 2014

Neah Power CEO Chris D’Couto talks to CNBC about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or “drones”) in this article by Mark Koba.

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Neah Shipping BuzzBar Suite of Products, Successfully Completes CE Certification

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Longer drone flights are created by @Locheedmartin

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Boeing Supports Neah Power Systems as a Fuel Cell Provider for Airplane and Ground Applications

 

 

BOTHELL, WA--(Marketwire - Oct 3, 2011) - Neah Power Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: NPWZ) announced today that the Boeing Company is exploring areas of collaboration to deploy our patented, award-winning PowerChip technology to various distributed power sources on Boeing's current and future airplane and ground systems.



How much power can the BuzzCell produce? What is the fuel? 
The BuzzCell is being designed to accept fuel catridges which will produce about 7.5Wh of energy. Two catridges will fully charge the BuzzBar. The fuel is formic acid. 
http://buzzbarsuite.com/faqs/ 

 

http://buzzbarsuite.com/coming-soon/ 

 

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ)
22122 20th Ave SE Suite 161
Bothell, WA  98021
Phone 425-424-3324 
Fax 425-483-8454


http://www.neahpower.com

Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ.OB) is a developer of long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for the military, transportation, and portable electronics applications. Neah uses a unique, patented and award winning, silicon-based design for its PowerchipTM and PowerPlay™ micro fuel cells that enable higher power densities, lower cost and compact form-factors. Previous awards include the 2012 ZINO Green finalist, the 2010 WTIA finalist, and 2010 Best of What’s NewTM Popular Science and other awards. The Company’s micro fuel cell system can run in aerobic and anaerobic modes.

 


Share Structure:

Shares Outstanding: 722 Million
Shares Floating: 635 Million

Filings value shares at least $0.019:

On November 26 , 2013, Neah Power Systems, Inc. (the “Company”) issued a press release announcing the acquisition of assets owned by Clean Tech Investors LLC (the “Seller”). In connection with the asset acquisition, the Company issued 23,198,600 restricted common shares to the Seller for the value of $440,000 pursuant to the terms of an Asset Purchase Agreement.

On November 20 , 2013, Neah Power Systems, Inc. (the “Company”) sold 36,901,400 restricted common shares to Clean Tech Investors, LLC (the “Investor”) for the purchase price of $700,000 pursuant to the terms of a Securities Purchase Agreement. As part of the transaction, the Company granted the Investor the right to appoint a one member to the Board of Directors to fill a vacant position



http://agoracom.com/ir/NeahPowerSystems


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Three Avenues for Commercialization 
The shift from research entity to commercial status might be happening faster than most people might 
realize. 
The Company has three immediate areas of commercial focus. The company has entered into a 
commercial arrangement with the Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) of India. 
Shipments have already been made and the scale of this initial contract could reach $14 million. India is 
looking at the PowerChip™ as a means of providing power to individual soldiers. 
A second product area, aimed primarily for the retail markets, uses the company’s formic acid technology 
as a variation on the PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) process for its suite of battery recharging 
products serving the portable electronic markets (BuzzBar™ Suite). The nature of the company’s design 
and technology capabilities, however, gives it great flexibility in developing all manner of device 
applications depending on the need and scope of the customer. 
The Company has entered into memorandums of understanding (MOUs) to deploy the formic acid 
technology into drones and other off-grid power solutions. The modular design would provide a lot of 
flexibility to adapt the technology to these various applications which serve a variety of markets

 

http://consiliumglobalresearch.com/consilium_PDFs/NPWZ_Initiation_9-10-2014.pdf

Neah Power is meeting the demands of today’s high-tech military.

It is difficult to fathom a more demanding power user than the military. Modern, effective soldiers have come to rely on increasingly sophisticated computational and communications gear. In fact, it’s been said that there are two limiting factors determining the length of mission: water and batteries. The amount of water and batteries a soldier can physically carry often defines the duration of a mission and the likelihood of success.

These military devices require a dependable, lightweight, compact power source to extend operational run-times. On top of this, the electronic equipment and power sources need to be able to perform reliably under harsh operating conditions in the field.

Neah Power’s patented silicon-based fuel cell is expected to address these fundamental issues and provide a superior power source for diverse military applications. The Neah Power fuel cell is expected to provide two to three times the energy capacity versus the standard BA-5590 battery, while remaining in the same compact form.

Instant “Recharge” for continuous computing.

Importantly, soldiers can benefit from the ability to continuously run their electronic equipment without the need to wait for recharging. Fuel cells can produce power as long as a fuel source is provided. When one fuel cartridge is exhausted, a soldier could simply pop it out and insert another one to continue the power supply. Instead of carrying multiple batteries, soldiers would only need to carry one fuel cell and several lightweight fuel cartridges for continuous power capability.

The BA-5590 is the U.S. Military’s most widely used portable power source, supporting hundreds of communication and computational applications in the field. Though proven, these batteries are big and bulky, and weigh soldiers down. Instead of carrying multiple batteries for extended missions, dramatic weight and volume reductions are possible with Neah Power technology.

Fully Sealed System

Neah Power’s design can be configured as an open air system (for greater runtime capacity) or as a fully-sealed system (for predictable operation under a wide variety of field conditions). Both configurations capture the reaction by-products inside the fuel cartridge. The open-air system requires exposure to air for its oxygen source, while the fully-sealed system contains a liquid oxidant alongside methanol fuel in the cartridge.





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Chris D’Couto of Neah Power on the state of fuel cells (Podcast)

Posted on August 22, 2014

In this podcast Dr. Chris D’Couto, President and CEO of Neah Power, talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the state of fuel cells in the industry. Long used in high-end energy applications, fuel cells hold promise as energy-management and -storage systems in Smart Grid applications. Neah uses a patented and novel award-winning silicon-based design in its Powerchip technology that enable higher power densities, air and non-air operation, lower cost, and compact form-factors. Neah also uses its differentiated technology for its BuzzBar and BuzzCell micro fuel cells for consumer-oriented applications.

http://www.powersystemsdesign.com/paultre-on-power-chris-dcouto-of-neah-power-on-the-state-of-fuel-cells-podcast

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Chris D’Couto of Neah Power on the state of fuel cells (Podcast)

Posted on August 22, 2014

In this podcast Dr. Chris D’Couto, President and CEO of Neah Power, talks to Alix Paultre of Power Systems Design about the state of fuel cells in the industry. Long used in high-end energy applications, fuel cells hold promise as energy-management and -storage systems in Smart Grid applications. Neah uses a patented and novel award-winning silicon-based design in its Powerchip technology that enable higher power densities, air and non-air operation, lower cost, and compact form-factors. Neah also uses its differentiated technology for its BuzzBar and BuzzCell micro fuel cells for consumer-oriented applications.

http://www.powersystemsdesign.com/paultre-on-power-chris-dcouto-of-neah-power-on-the-state-of-fuel-cells-podcast

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Autos 0-60 – Will Fuel Cell Powered cars become a reality?

Posted on July 25, 2014

 

Fuel cell technology was first used in space crafts in the 1960s and 70s. Today, Hyundai introduced the first fuel cell powered vehicle. Alternative Energy gets enormous attention and funding but many Solar/Micro-Grid solutions have weather-related drawbacks while fuel cell technology use oxygen and hydrogen as fuel to create electricity.

Will Fuel Cell Powered cars become a reality? How does it work? Are they safe? Consumers are curious and hoping to hear from experts other than just the car-makers.

One of the main issues to-date with the adoption of fuel cells for cars is compressed hydrogen has had associated safety issues when used in automobiles. How is one company providing a solution to this barrier?

Neah Power’s patent-pending technology enables the use of a liquid, safe fuel (formic acid) for automotive applications without the associated costs of a dedicated hydrogen generation plant or the safety and handling issues associated with the use of compressed hydrogen. In addition, formic acid could leverage the existing gasoline distribution infrastructure for enabling zero emission transportation.

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Date Time Source Headline Symbol   Company
11/26/2013 9:00AM GLOBE Neah Power Systems Completes Asset Acquisition of Fuel Cell Business Enabling New Market Opportunities OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
11/22/2013 9:00AM GLOBE Neah Power Systems Provides Status Update on the Highly Anticipated BuzzBar(TM) and the Order From DRDO, India for the PowerC... OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
11/12/2013 8:00AM GLOBE Neah Power Systems Announces Purchase Order From DRDO, India for PowerChip(R) Product OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
10/30/2013 5:25PM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
10/17/2013 12:37PM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
10/17/2013 9:15AM MWUS Letter to Shareholders From Neah Power Systems (NPWZ.OB) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
10/16/2013 12:16PM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
10/16/2013 9:15AM MWUS Neah Power Systems Hires Branding Agency OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
09/12/2013 3:47PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/26/2013 3:25PM EDGAR Amended Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4/a) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/21/2013 2:04PM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/21/2013 8:00AM MWUS Neah Power Systems to Take PowerPlay(R) Orders Directly From Consumers; CEO Provides Video Update OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/19/2013 3:33PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/16/2013 2:17PM EDGAR Amended Small Company Offering and Sale of Securities Without Registration (d/a) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/14/2013 5:59PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/14/2013 5:49PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/14/2013 5:39PM EDGAR Quarterly Report (10-q) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/01/2013 11:29AM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
08/01/2013 9:15AM MWUS Neah Power Systems, Inc. Issues Letter to Shareholders OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
07/29/2013 4:40PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
07/23/2013 12:17PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
07/23/2013 12:16PM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
06/13/2013 4:13PM EDGAR Small Company Offering and Sale of Securities Without Registration (d) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
06/10/2013 9:17AM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
06/10/2013 9:15AM MWUS Neah Power Systems Provides Update on Contract With Ion Geophysical Corporation, CEO Provides Video Update OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
06/03/2013 4:20PM EDGAR Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
05/20/2013 4:36PM EDGAR Quarterly Report (10-q) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
05/15/2013 5:07PM EDGAR Notification That Quarterly Report Will Be Submitted Late (nt 10-q) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
05/09/2013 9:17AM EDGAR Current Report Filing (8-k) OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)
05/09/2013 9:15AM MWUS Neah Power Systems Launches PowerPlay(R) With Shipment to Fortune 110 Company, CEO Provides Video Update OTCBB:NPWZ   Neah Power Systems, Inc. (QB)

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Visit our Indiegogo campaign and reserve your BuzzBar Suite today!

Help us do some good!

For every 25 BuzzBar Suite units we sell, we’ll donate 1 to Asante Africa Foundation.

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For every 25 BuzzBar Suite units we sell, we’ll donate 1 to Asante Africa Foundation. Asante Africa Foundation’s “Classroom in a Box” program (launching this year) aims to provide children in deeply rural East African schools with access to technology.

Asante Africa Foundation will be deploying tablet computers into these remote classrooms, providing rich teaching material and exposing the children to content they would otherwise not have access to. These remote villages are far from the grid and therefore alternative power solutions must be provided. The BuzzBar Suite is the perfect solution! When you buy the BuzzBar Suite, you’ll alsosupport a very worthy cause.

Visit our Indiegogo Campaign to reserve your BuzzBar Suite today!








 

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#12107  Sticky Note An independent group valued the company’s fuel cell ShortonCash 10/19/14 11:40:01 AM
#11633  Sticky Note For those who missed the video update from swiamca 08/02/14 07:08:31 PM
#12113   It is for a 15 million dollar license NPS2008 10/20/14 10:58:35 PM
#12112   When you have patents and outstanding working technology MrMoovingavg 10/20/14 10:24:10 PM
#12111   What is the commercial arrangement with the Indian Noemotionseller 10/20/14 09:43:48 PM
#12110   Neah,make a ripple please w/PR about revenue, I hawke 10/20/14 12:54:06 PM
#12109   This is still a good entry point back NPS2008 10/20/14 08:47:55 AM
#12108   This is old news.. 9lt98x 10/19/14 09:50:51 PM
#12107   An independent group valued the company’s fuel cell ShortonCash 10/19/14 11:40:01 AM
#12106   Neah Power Partners with Silent Falcon™ to Integrate ShortonCash 10/19/14 11:32:01 AM
#12105   Investor hub needs to take the Red letter hawke 10/18/14 10:55:59 AM
#12104   As a long time holder of N. I hawke 10/17/14 11:21:24 AM
#12103   I also received mine and it also works armysldr 10/17/14 09:08:11 AM
#12102   You're right on! Always good at saying that 9lt98x 10/16/14 09:47:10 PM
#12101   Mostly static today so far,Major Pr needed.Drone agreement hawke 10/16/14 11:25:04 AM
#12100   BTW Just cover your short, you'll be fine. NPS2008 10/15/14 03:12:08 PM
#12099   I received mine.It works great. will be even NPS2008 10/15/14 03:11:15 PM
#12098   WARNING!!!! I just want to put this warning out GMEN111 10/15/14 02:46:55 PM
#12097   Well, PPS climbing. It should as good news hawke 10/15/14 11:15:40 AM
#12096   This agreement to integrate Neah's liquid fuel(formic acid,w/2 hawke 10/15/14 11:11:33 AM
#12095   Good entry point back in. Silent Falcon is NPS2008 10/15/14 10:48:28 AM
#12094   Another mobile application MVTG could get into.... Sophies Dad 10/15/14 09:15:48 AM
#12093   Neah's New Partners: RWFZS 10/15/14 08:23:46 AM
#12092   News Link: RWFZS 10/15/14 07:49:24 AM
#12091   News today. Silent falcon drone company announcement. btr2blucky 10/15/14 07:40:10 AM
#12090   Don't doubt it,but any thing is possible w/Neah.IMO hawke 10/14/14 01:34:41 PM
#12089   I'm out, but I always enjoy a laugh okaly 10/14/14 01:27:38 PM
#12088   yea, the company goes belly up, reverse splits okaly 10/14/14 01:24:14 PM
#12087   Do you still care? Aren't you out? NPS2008 10/14/14 01:23:59 PM
#12086   Not @ all impressive,but something has to happen soon.GL hawke 10/14/14 01:21:39 PM
#12085   -=-=-=-NPWZ UPDATE-=-=-=- okaly 10/14/14 01:05:29 PM
#12083   Get those off grid chargers into the hands hawke 10/14/14 10:55:49 AM
#12082   The volume here has been good enough to btr2blucky 10/10/14 02:46:05 PM
#12081   Need some attention to the stock with official NPS2008 10/10/14 12:43:40 PM
#12080   So there it is in black and white. btr2blucky 10/10/14 12:23:10 PM
#12079   I hope if it comes that far, D'Coto ruke 10/10/14 11:52:59 AM
#12078   Neah Power on CNBC about Drones. Chris NPS2008 10/10/14 09:28:01 AM
#12077   I sure hope so ! hawke 10/09/14 02:09:36 PM
#12076   Does anyone believe Neah Power,Award Winning,King of the hawke 10/09/14 11:04:18 AM
#12075   I don't have that one. But the Buzzbar cabo1717 10/08/14 03:28:59 PM
#12074   You're telling me this bad boy won't charge okaly 10/08/14 02:35:18 PM
#12073   Yes I have several of them. But none cabo1717 10/08/14 02:13:52 PM
#12072   Neah's competition.... http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/s/ref=is_box_hpc?k=portable okaly 10/08/14 12:50:33 PM
#12071   There are literally hundreds of devices that do okaly 10/08/14 12:48:36 PM
#12070   http://mashable.com/2014/09/09/printable-solar-panels/ Possible upgrade dhe777 10/07/14 04:59:23 PM
#12069   D'cou U talk the talk..but can u walk hawke 10/07/14 11:02:31 AM
#12068   There is a 4way plug on Amazon for cabo1717 10/06/14 05:39:07 PM
#12067   cabo1717 10/06/14 05:35:18 PM
#12066   Found on Amazon cabo1717 10/06/14 05:33:54 PM
#12065   cabo1717 10/06/14 05:32:39 PM
#12064   Yeah, i mentioned that in my first post, armysldr 10/06/14 04:22:08 PM
#12063   Yep and a cord would have been nice GovtBond 10/05/14 08:22:47 PM
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