NanoDynamics Introduces First Nanotechnology Enabled Portable Solid Oxide Fuel Cell; Revolution 50 Unveiled At 2004 Fuel Cell Seminar Exhibition In San Antonio, TX

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Privately held NanoDynamics announced that the company introduced its ground-breaking new portable solid oxide fuel cell at the 2004 Fuel Cell Seminar Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas earlier this week. “We are very excited to have introduced the Revolution(TM) 50 at this conference,” commented David Bothwell, Director of NanoDynamics’ ND Energy. “For the past two years, the Company has been working to create a powerful combination of nanomaterials and novel cell design to demonstrate the power of nanotechnology. The resulting fuel cell system is lightweight, portable, compact and can be operated using conventional hydrocarbon fuels, such as propane. The selective use of advanced nanotechnology and nanomaterials results in state-of-the-art power density and specific power output. It was clear from the reaction we received that the market is ready for a product with these novel performance and fueling features.” [ more ]