No fears, charts will surprise one day :
PLATINUM combined with STRONG DIAMOND DUST say strong: FC in D-C NEWS today: STACK this in a future I still see:
Creating a Powerful Fuel Cell
The NECAR 4 is powered by liquid hydrogen stored in a cryogenic cylinder resembling a large thermos at the rear of the vehicle. The fuel is then processed by a Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEMFC). Inside the PEMFC, a platinum-coated membrane separates hydrogen into protons and electrons and combines them with oxygen in the air to form water. This surplus and deficit of electrons and protons creates positive and negative terminals that, when connected, produce electricity, which in turn, powers the vehicle.
"Fuel cells give you the range of conventional gasoline engines and the emission benefits of electrical vehicles, " Panik added. "You have a quick refueling process, unlike electric vehicles which need to be plugged in overnight. Yet, it has few moving parts like an electric vehicle and is quieter than a conventional car. " .."" http://www.autointell.net/nao_companies/daimlerchrysler/dc-product-development/daimler-necar4-99.htm
DaimlerChrysler Presents First Driveable Fuel Cell Technology Car in the U.S. Washington D.C. March 17, 1999 - DaimlerChrysler Chairmen Robert J. Eaton and Juergen E. Schrempp unveiled the first driveable zero-emission, fuel cell car in the United States that demonstrates a 40 percent increase in fuel cell power and up to three times the range of a battery-powered vehicle
Release Source: Millennium Cell
Millennium Cell and DaimlerChrysler Formalize Next Phase of Cooperation
Monday December 9, 9:08 am ET EATONTOWN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 9, 2002--Millennium Cell Inc. (NASDAQ: MCEL - News), a leading technology solutions company that has created a proprietary technology to safely store, generate and deliver pure hydrogen utilizing sodium borohydride, and DaimlerChrysler have moved into a new phase of their business relationship, with DaimlerChrysler agreeing to fund continued development of the Millennium Cell Hydrogen on Demand(TM) hydrogen fuel system for the automaker's fuel cell vehicles. ADVERTISEMENT
"For over two years, we have benefited from our cooperative relationship with the Liberty group of DaimlerChrysler. Today we are pleased to announce our continued cooperation to further develop the Hydrogen on Demand(TM) fuel system for their fuel-cell powered vehicles," said Rex E. Luzader, Millennium Cell Vice President, Business Development for Transportation and Hydrogen-Fuel Infrastructure. During DaimlerChrysler's recent North American Innovation Symposium in New York City, Bernard Robertson, DaimlerChrysler Senior Vice President For Engineering Technologies and Regulatory Affairs, announced that the automaker plans to introduce a fleet of "clean, efficient" hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) in the U.S. next year as part of a "worldwide test program." Additionally, Robertson said the company will develop a second generation FCV powered by sodium borohydride. "We will also begin the transition to the powertrains and fuels of the future," he said. "Many of us in the automobile industry believe that includes fuel cell powertrains and hydrogen fuels." Last year, DaimlerChrysler became the first automaker to produce a vehicle using Millennium Cell's sodium borohydride-based Hydrogen on Demand(TM) fuel system. "The success of the Natrium(TM) Town & Country minivan has exceeded our expectations and we are now focusing on further optimizing the fuel system in the areas of heat and water management," said Thomas Moore, Vice President, DaimlerChrysler's Liberty & Technical Affairs research and development group. Millennium Cell and DaimlerChrysler were recognized by Popular Science with a 2002 Best of What's New Award for the successful solution of hydrogen fuel delivery used in the Natrium. The Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system releases the hydrogen stored in the chemical bonds of sodium borohydride solutions by passing the liquid through a chamber containing a proprietary catalyst. The reaction is totally inorganic, producing a high-quality energy without polluting emissions. Hydrogen is only produced - on demand - when the liquid fuel is in direct contact with the catalyst, thereby minimizing the amount of gaseous hydrogen present in the system at any given time. Research of the Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system will continue to pursue the use of the heat that is naturally produced by the system and can benefit the fuel cell. About Millennium Cell Founded in 1998, Millennium Cell is based in Eatontown, NJ and has developed a multi-faceted patent portfolio, which the Company is pursuing in the United States and internationally surrounding a proprietary process called Hydrogen on Demand(TM). The Hydrogen on Demand(TM) system safely generates pure hydrogen 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 catalyst releases hydrogen. The primary input components of the reaction are water and sodium borohydride, a derivative of borax. Borax is found in substantial natural reserves globally. Hydrogen from this system can be used to power fuel cells or fed directly to internal combustion engines. Millennium Cell also has a patented design for boron-based longer-life batteries. The company is traded on NASDAQ under the symbol MCEL. For more information on Millennium Cell, visit www.millenniumcell.com or call 866-532-2783. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-looking Statements: This press release may include statements, ..//..""
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