Hydrogen Power demonstrates 20-watt power system with a miniature fuel cell, hydrogen-generation technology

SEATTLE, 1 March 2007. Hydrogen Power Inc. demonstrated and elaborated its technology to leading military and industry officials at the 2nd Annual Military Energy Conference in Arlington, Virginia, February 20th and 21st.

Mar 1st, 2007

SEATTLE, 1 March 2007. Hydrogen Power Inc. demonstrated and elaborated its technology to leading military and industry officials at the 2nd Annual Military Energy Conference in Arlington, Virginia, February 20th and 21st.

HPI showed conference participants an HPI-developed 20-watt power unit that combines a miniature fuel cell with HPI's hydrogen generation technology. This device addresses the power gap that currently handicaps the field soldier because of the increased dependence on batteries for personal and off-grid power.

The new HPI generator will produce continuous power on-site and on-demand for low-wattage use by a simple chemical reaction of aluminum, any type of water and an environmentally friendly catalyst. This gives the soldier an alternative portable power source for running computers and phones and field-charging batteries, all in close proximity to their military operations.

Hydrogen Power Inc. has licensed and has developed a patented technology for producing hydrogen gas in a process called Hydrogen Now. Hydrogen Now involves a chemical reaction between water, aluminum, and an environmentally friendly catalyst to cleanly and efficiently produce hydrogen on-site and on-demand.

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