Protonex debuts soldier power fuel cell systems for U.S. Air Force

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., 4 May 2006. Protonex Technology Corporation, a provider of fuel cell power systems for portable and remote applications, has delivered advanced prototypes of its P2 soldier power system to the U.S. Air Force for evaluation. The Air Force Research Laboratory has notified Protonex and its partner, Millennium Cell Inc., of its intent to award an additional $1.02 million program focusing on P2 enhancements and manufacturability and for procurement of additional systems.

May 4th, 2006

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass., 4 May 2006. Protonex Technology Corporation, a provider of fuel cell power systems for portable and remote applications, has delivered advanced prototypes of its P2 soldier power system to the U.S. Air Force for evaluation.

It marks the completion of the two-year Dual Use Science and Technology (DUST) program awarded to Protonex by the Air Force in April 2003.

In addition, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has notified Protonex and its partner, Millennium Cell Inc., of its intent to award an additional $1.02 million program focusing on P2 enhancements and manufacturability and for procurement of additional systems for performance and reliability testing.

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