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Worldwide Nanotechnology Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares, Strategies, And Forecasts, 2009-2015-Aarkstore Enterprise

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Portable fuel cells are poised to achieve significant growth as units become smaller and fuels less expensive. According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “Economies of scale do not entirely solve the inherent high costs of high grade metallic catalysts used in micro fuel cells. Nanotechnology is poised to provide new ways to create advanced materials that can be used to implement portable fuel cells. More catalyst price reductions are needed to make portable fuel cells competitive with thin film batteries. Portable fuel cells are useful in cities to power bicycles and for advanced multimedia electronics that draws a lot of power.”

Most of the developing world, where energy and environmental problems abound, still gets around on 2 wheels. 2% of the 1.5 billion population in China owns a car. Cities have started banning the use of 2-stroke engine motorcycles in favor of LPG scooters and electric bicycles.

19 million electric bicycles were purchased in 2008. The trend is expected to continue. As more people need to travel further each year, fuel cells take on a role in short distance travel. As economies evolve, fuel cells provide a role for green energy. Purchasing power constraints and air pollution issues stimulate the need for low cost, zero carbon transportation solutions.

Portable fuel cell vendors are strategically positioned to develop and implement solutions. Technology costs continue to decrease. Practical fuel solutions continue to develop. Experiments with portable fuel cell products are starting to take place in various parts of the world.

Nanotechnology is being used to implement a variety of portable fuel cell solutions. Many different nanotechnology techniques are being explored. One is of a silicon structure, approximately 400 microns deep, much thicker than the 10-micron depth of a membrane in a traditional PEM-based cell. This design is expected to enable a much larger reaction surface area, enabling high power in a small form-factor.

To compress more power into smaller volumes, researchers have begun to build fuel cells on the fuzzy frontier of nanotechnology. Silicon etching, evaporation, and other processes borrowed from chip manufacturers have been used to create tightly packed channel arrays to guide the flow of fuel through the cell.

The point is to pack a large catalytic surface area into a wafer-thin volume. This approach is evolving, going beyond two-dimensional aspects to gain more surface area. Methods improve the performance of nano-scale fuel cells.

Three-dimensional structures improve current electrocatalysts that have traditionally been expressed on a flat surface. Two dimensional catalysts give hundreds of microamps per square centimeter, while three dimensional catalysts increase the surface area by orders of magnitude.

Fuel channels are evolving in ready-made in a commonly available, porous alumina filters costing only about $1. The filter is riddled with neat, cylindrical holes only 200 nanometers in diameter, and was initially used in labs as a template for the growth of nanowires.

Nanowires can be grown in a platinum-copper alloy, then dissolving the copper by soaking the filter in nitric acid creates electrodes. In place of a solid nanowire, each hole is left with a porous platinum electrode. The partially dissolved wires are structurally complex, as befits their random nature, and have an enormous surface area for their size.

The market size for portable fuel cell power at $80.1 million in 2008 is estimated to reach $4.4 billion dollars by 2015. Existing markets are from mobile homes and PCs used remotely. Strong growth comes as hybrid fuel cell systems evolve to support thin film batteries. The fuel will come from renewable energy sources.

Table of Contents :

Portable Fuel Cell Markets
Nanotechnology Implements Portable Fuel Cell Solutions
Portable Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Availability Of Fuel Cell Infrastructure
Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares
Portable Fuel Cell Market Forecasts
1.1 Nanotechnology for Fuel Cells
1.1.1 Nanotechnology Channel Arrays
1.1.2 Nanoparticles Of Platinum
1.1.3 Fuel Cell Nanotechnology Applications
1.1.4 Alternative Catalyst Solutions
1.1.5 Nano Metals And Alloys
1.2 Hydrogen Nano-scale Research
1.2.1 Hydrogen Fuel Cells
1.3 Portable Fuel Cell Power Digital Devices
1.3.1 Size of Prototype Laptop Fuel Cell
1.4 Fuel Cell Description
1.4.1 Fuel Cell Efficiency
1.4.2 Fuel Cell Electrochemical Converter — Clean Energy
1.4.3 DMFC Fuel Cells
1.4.4 DMFC Small Fuel Cells
1.4.5 Portable Fuel Cell Hours Of Operation And Power Degradation
1.4.6 Cathode Catalysts
1.4.7 Micro Fuel Cell Description
1.5 United States Has Approved The Use Of Some Micro Fuel Cells In Airplanes
1.5.1 Market Opportunity for Micro Fuel Cell Products
1.5.2 Military As A Micro Fuel Cell Target Market
1.5.3 Portable Fuel Cell Portable Medical Equipment
1.5.4 Portable Fuel Cell High End Laptop Computer Market
1.5.5 Portable Fuel Cell Consumer Electronics Portable Power Source
1.5.6 Portable Fuel Cell Laptop Computer Power Source
1.5.7 Mobile Life Fuel Cell Power
1.5.8 Persistent Computing Requires Extended Power
1.5.9 First Responders
1.5.10 Instant Recharge for Continuous Computing
1.5.11 RV Recreational Micro Fuel Cell Markets
1.6 Fuel Cell Fuel Distribution and Infrastructure
1.7 Approvals From The United Nations And Related Regulatory Organizations
1.7.1 Fuel Cells Compared to Rechargeable Batteries
2.1 Portable Fuel Cell Markets
2.1.1 Availability Of Fuel Cell Infrastructure
2.2 Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares
2.2.1 Toshiba Portege M200 Tablet PC Fuel Cells
2.2.2 Smart Fuel Cell Products and Markets
2.2.3 Horizon
2.2.4 Angstrom
2.3 Portable Fuel Cell Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Portable Light Duty Fuel Cell Device Market Forecasts
2.3.2 Portable Light Duty Fuel Cell Cartridge Market Forecasts
2.4 High End Mobile PC / Multimedia Devices
2.4.1 Enterprise Wireless Handset Markets
2.5 Portable Light Duty Fuel Cell Prices
2.5.1 Smart Fuel Cell EFOY
2.5.2 Fuel Cell Cartridges Approved For Commercial Aircraft
2.5.3 Fuel Cell Technology Decreases The Weight Soldiers Carry
2.6 Regional Energy Demand
2.6.1 United Kingdom Leader in Carbon Offset Initiatives
2.6.2 Germany
2.6.3 Japan
2.6.4 Military Uses Of Portable Light Duty Fuel Cells
3.1 Smart Fuel Cell
3.1.1 Smart Fuel Cell Products and Markets
3.1.2 Smart Fuel Cell Remote Traffic Systems
3.1.3 Smart Fuel Cell Reliable Outdoor Operation
3.1.4 Smart Fuel Cell Retail
3.1.5 Smart Fuel Cell EFOY Cartridges
3.2 Horizon
3.2.1 Horizon Fuel Cell Costs
3.2.2 Horizon Developing World Positioning
3.2.3 Horizon Fuel Cell
3.2.4 Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies / Corgi
3.3 Toshiba Portege M200 Tablet PC Fuel Cells
3.3.1 Toshiba Methanol Fuel Cell for Notebook PCs
3.4 Casio Laptop Fuel Cell
3.5 Samsung Multi Layered Hydrogen Fuel Cell
3.6 Poly Fuel
3.6.1 PolyFuel Cartridges Approved For Commercial Aircraft By Regulatory Agencies
3.6.2 PolyFuel Functional Prototype Of A Notebook PC Fuel Cell Power Supply
3.7 UltraCell Products
3.7.1 UltraCell XX25 MiTAC, General Dynamics and Panasonic Homeland Security
3.8 MTI Micro
3.8.1 MTI Micro Mobion® Portable Power
3.8.2 MTI Micro / Neosolar Co-Develop Mobion® Digital Devices For Consumers
3.8.3 MTI Micro Cord-Free Rechargeable Power Pack
3.8.4 MTI Micro Mobion® Chip
3.8.5 MTI Mobion® Advantage
3.8.6 MTI Pocket Fuel Cells
3.9 Tekion
3.9.1 Tekion Hybrid Fuel Cell Technology Combined With An Advanced Lithium Ion Battery Technology
3.10 Neah Power Systems
3.10.1 Neah Power Systems Military
3.10.2 Neah Power Systems Mobile Life
3.10.3 Neah Power Systems First Responders
3.10.4 Neah Power Systems Logistics
3.10.5 Neah Solution Silicon-Based Architecture
3.10.6 Neah Power Systems Water Vapor Captured In Cartridge
3.10.7 Neah Power Military Positioning
3.11 Masterflex
3.11.1 Masterflex Cargobike
3.11.2 Masterflex Fuel Cell Electric Bicycle
3.12 Angstrom Micro Hydrogen™ Systems for Portable Power
3.12.1 Angstrom Power Micro Hydrogen™ for Device Integration
3.12.2 Motorola Mobile Devices Working With Angstrom
3.12.3 International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Regulations Permit Angstrom Power Devices To Be Transported In The Passenger Cabin Of Commercial Aircraft
3.12.4 Angstrom Power Run Time Impacts Rich Multimedia Devices
3.12.5 Angstrom Power Micro Hydrogen Fuel Cell Powered Bike Lights
3.12.6 Advantages of Angstrom Power Fuel Cell Hydrogen Refueling
3.12.7 Angstrom Power Hydrogen Storage In Metal Hydrides
3.12.8 Angstrom Power Fuel Cell Chemistry
3.12.9 Angstrom Power Refueling
3.12.10 Angstrom Benefits Of Micro Hydrogen™ Systems
3.12.11 Angstrom Micro Hydrogen Products
4.1 Significant Progress In Development of Compact Portable Fuel Cell
4.2 Medis Portable Fuel Cell Underwriters’ Laboratories (UL) listing
4.3 Comparison of PEM Based Silicon Bed DMFC
4.4 Nanowire Battery Can Hold 10 Times The Charge Of Existing Lithium-Ion Battery
4.4.1 Silicon In A Battery Swells As It Absorbs Lithium Atoms
4.4.2 Neah Solution Silicon-Based Architecture
4.4.3 Neah Water Vapor Captured in Cartridge
4.4.4 Neah Silicon Pragmatic and Scalable
4.5 PEM Fuel Cells
4.6 Solvay
4.7 SGL Technologies
4.7.1 Sigracet® Fuel Cell Components
4.8 PolyFuel Engineered Membranes For Fuel Cells
4.8.1 Fluorocarbon Membranes Based Upon The Teflon® Polymer
4.8.2 Polyfuel Hydrogen Membrane
4.9 Fuel Cell Electrochemical Reaction
4.10 Organizations With Fuel Cell Information
4.10.1 SFC Energetic Revolution powered by Smart Fuel Cell
4.11 Clean And Silent Portable Fuel Cell Power Generation By Methanol
4.12 Storing Hydrogen
4.12.1 Sodium Borohydride Storing of Hydrogen
4.12.2 Borohydride Hydrogen Generation
4.12.3 International Electrotechnical Commission Forms Working Group
4.13 PolymerElectrolyte Membrane
4.14 Sodium Borohydride Chemical Power
4.15 Bacterial Enzymes Replacement For The Platinum Catalysts
4.16 Portable Applications
4.16.1 Fuel Cell Power Packs
4.16.2 PolyFuel Honeycomb Membrane
4.16.3 Portable Electronic Fuel Cell Devices
4.16.4 Marketing Limitation Of Hydrogen Gas Or Methanol Powered Fuel Cells
4.16.5 Hitachi Compact DMFC
4.16.6 NEC Compact DMFC
4.16.7 Toshiba’s DMFC
4.16.8 Toshiba Fuel Cell
5.1 Altair Nanomaterials
5.1.1 Altair Nanotechnologies Partners
5.1.2 Altair Nanotechnology Power and Energy Systems
5.1.3 Altair Nanotechnology Performance Materials Division
5.1.4 Altair Nanotechnology Life Sciences
5.1.5 Altair Nanotechnology Net Losses In Each Fiscal Year
5.1.6 AlSher Titania Joint Venture With Sherwin-Williams
5.1.7 Altair Nanotechnology BAE Systems
5.1.8 Altair Nanotechnologies Faster Recharging And Discharging
5.1.9 Altair Nanotechnologies Longer Battery Life
5.1.10 Altairnano
5.2 Angstrom Power
5.2.1 Angstrom Power Portable Fuel Cell Technology
5.3 Asahi Glass
5.3.1 Asahi Glass Financials
5.3.2 Asahi Glass Business Strategy
5.3.3 Asahi Glass Owners
5.4 Ballard
5.4.1 Ballard Fuel Cell Features & Benefits
5.4.2 Ballard Fuel Cell Japanese Residential Cogeneration Program
5.4.3 Ballard Product : Mark1030™
5.4.4 Ballard Improved Reliability
5.4.5 Ballard Bus Fuel Cell
5.4.6 Ballard Power Systems’ Second Quarter 2008 Revenue
5.5 BASF
5.5.1 BASF / E-TEK
5.5.2 BASF ETEK LT Series 12D MEA for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells.
5.6 Ceramic Fuel Cells
5.6.1 Ceramic Fuel Cells Volume Order Secured With Partner Nuon
5.6.2 Ceramic Fuel Cells Customers and Products
5.6.3 Ceramic Fuel Cells Regional Presence
5.7 Fuel Cell Components & Integrators
5.8 Gore
5.9 GrafTech International
5.10 Heliocentris Fuel Cells AG
5.11 Horizon
5.11.1 Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies Pte Ltd
5.11.2 Horizon Fuel Cell Bicycles
5.11.3 Horizon Fuel Cell Integrated To An Electric Bicycle
5.11.4 Horizon Light Duty Automotive
5.11.5 Horizon Supplying Multi-kW Fuel Cells
5.12 ICM Plastics
5.13 JMC / Tekion
5.13.1 Tekion Formira Hybrid Configuration
5.14 Johnson Matthey
5.15 Manhattan Scientifics
5.15.1 Manhattan Scientifics PortableFuel Cell
5.16 Masterflex AG
5.17 Medis Technologies
5.17.1 Medis Technologies Revenue
5.17.2 Medis Technologies Strategic Partners
5.17.3 Medis Technologies / Cell Kinetics
5.17.4 Medis / Founder Technology Group
5.17.5 Medis / Aspect and Tenzor MA
5.17.6 Medis / Israel Aerospace Industries
5.17.7 Medis Strategy
5.17.8 Medis General Dynamics C4 Systems
5.17.9 Medis Platform Technology Broadens Its Possibilities
5.18 Portablecell
5.19 Millennium Cell Liquidation Plan
5.19.1 Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies and Millennium Cell
5.19.2 Millennium Cell HydroPak™ Positioned As An Emergency Power Product
5.20 Mechanical Technology Incorporated (MTI)
5.20.1 MTI PortableFuel Cells
5.20.2 MTI Fourth Quarter And Year End Results
5.20.3 MTI Portable Commercialization In 2009 – Projected Design Freeze In December 2008
5.20.4 Mechanical Technology Incorporated Fourth Quarter Revenues
5.21 Neah
5.22 PolyFuel
5.22.1 PolyFuel Engineered Membranes
5.22.2 PolyFuel Engineered Membranes
5.22.3 PolyFuel Business, Products and Markets
5.22.4 PolyFuel Ultra-Thin 20-Portablen Version Of Its DMFC Membrane
5.22.5 PolyFuel Agreement With Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells Limited,
5.22.2 PolyFuel Comprehensive Loss
5.22.7 PolyFuel Cash Used in Operations
5.22.8 PolyFuel Concentrates Resources On Reference System Design Program
5.23 Sanyo / Hoku Scientific
5.23.1 Hoku Scientific Customers
5.23.2 Suntech Purchases Shares of Hoku Scientific
5.23.3 Hoku Fuel Cells
5.24 SGL Technologies
5.24.1 SGL Technologies Financials
5.25 Smart Fuel Cells (SFC)
5.25.1 Smart Fuel Cells Automotive
5.25.2 Smart Fuel Cells Stationary
5.25.3 Smart Fuel Cells Positioning
5.25.4 SFC Sells 10,000th EFOY Fuel Cell
5.25.5 SFC EFOY Service Station In France.
5.25.6 SFC Financials
5.25.7 SFC Smart Fuel Cell Market and Technology Leader in Mobile Fuel Cells
5.25.8 SFC Fuel Cells In Use All Over The World
5.25.9 Electric Automotive Vehicle Smart Fuel Cell Battery Charger
5.26 Solvay
5.26.2 Solvay Financials
5.27 Tatung System Technologies
5.28 Toshiba
5.28.1 Toshiba America (TAI)
5.28.2 Toshiba Financials
5.28.3 Toshiba Mid Term Business Plan
5.28.2 Toshiba Financials
5.28.5 Toshiba Business Strategy
5.28.6 Toshiba Nuclear Energy Business
5.28.2 Toshiba Investors
5.28.2 Toshiba Partners
5.29 UltraCell
5.29.1 BASF Venture Capital / UltraCell
5.29.2 UltraCell Advanced Reformed Methanol Portable Fuel Cell
List of Tables and Figures
Figure ES-1
Nanotechnology Silicon-Based Architecture
Table ES-2
Portable Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2 (Continued)
Portable Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-3
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares,
First Three Quarters 2008
Figure ES-4
Horizon Bicycle vs. Auto Portable Fuel Cell Power Carbon Offset
Figure ES-5
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, 2009-2015
Table 1-1
Fuel Cell Efficiency
Figure 1-2
Direct Methanol Fuel Cell
Table 1-3
Portable Power Market Strategy
Table 1-4
Portable Fuel Cell Product Benefits
Table 1-4 (Continued)
Portable Fuel Cell Product Benefits
Table 1-5
Military Micro Fuel Cell Target Markets
Table 1-6
Portable Fuel Cells Military Positioning
Table 1-7
Portable Fuel Cell Portable Medical Equipment
Demand Parameters
Table 1-8
Portable Fuel Cell Consumer Electronics Portable
Power Source Target Market
Table 2-1
Portable Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Table 2-1 (Continued)
Portable Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Market Aspects For Micro Fuel Cells
Table 2-3
Micro Fuel Cell Technology Issues
Table 2-4
Portable Fuel Cell Market Issues
Table 2-4 (Continued)
Micro Fuel Cell Market Issues
Figure 2-5
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares,
First Three Quarters 2008
Figure 2-6
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market Shares,
First Three Quarters 2008
Figure 2-7
Horizon Bicycle Small Portable Fuel Cell Power Systems
Figure 2-8
Horizon Bicycle Small Portable Fuel Cell Power Alternative System
Figure 2-9
Horizon Portable Fuel Cell Bicycle In Traffic
Figure 2-10
Horizon Three Wheel Covered Bicycle Portable
Fuel Cell Systems
Figure 2-11
Horizon Bicycle vs. Auto Portable Fuel Cell Power
Carbon Offset
Figure 2-12
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market
Forecasts, 2009-2015
Figure 2-13
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market
Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-14
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Units,
Figure 2-15
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Cartridge
Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2009-2015
Figure 2-16
Worldwide Portable Fuel Cell Cartridges Market
Forecasts, Units, 2009-2015
Table 2-17
Factors Driving Mobile Handsets To Require Increasing
Amounts Of Power Consumption
Table 3-1
Smart EFOY Fuel Cell Ratings
Table 3-2
Smart EFOY Fuel Cell Features
Figure 3-3
Technical Data Of Smart Fuel Cell EFOY
Table 3-4
Smart Fuel Cell Applications
Figure 3-5
Smart Fuel Cell EFOY Cartridges
Table 3-6
Horizon Fuel Cell Positioning
Figure 3-7
Horizon Fuel Cell Applications
Figure 3-8
Horizon Fuel Cells and Very Small Vehicles
Figure 3-9
Horizon Fuel Cell Bicycle
Figure 3-10
Horizon Fuel Cell Bicycle Bar Version
Figure 3-11
Horizon Micro Fuel Cell Bicycle
Table 3-12
Hydrogen Economy On Smart Vehicles
Figure 3-13
Horizon Bicycle Fuel Cell / Automotive Carbon Offset Comparison
Figure 3-14
Casio Laptop Fuel Cell
Figure 3-15
Samsung Multi Layered Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Figure 3-16
MicroCell Sand Test
Figure 3-17
UltraCell Military Applications
Table 3-18
UltraCell XX25 Applications
Table 3-19
UltraCell XX25 Remote Surveillance Equipment Powered
Figure 3-20
UltraCEll Mobile Portable Fuel Cell
Table 3-21
MTI Micro Mobion® Portable Power Applications
Table 3-22
MTI Micro External Mobion® Power Sources
Figure 3-23
NeoSolar Seoul, Korea — Dr. James Y. Yu Holding A
Mobion® Chip And A Wibrain Ultra Mobile PC
Figure 3-24
MTI Micro’s Mobion® Chips
Table 3-25
MTI Micro Performance
Table 3-26
MTI Mobion® Advantages
Figure 3-27
MTI Pocket Fuel Cells
Figure 3-28
Neah Power Systems Military Packs
Figure 3-29
Neah Power Systems Mobile PC Uses
Figure 3-30
Neah Power Systems First Responder Uses
Figure 3-31
Neah Power Systems Logistics Uses
Figure 3-32
Neah Solution Silicon-Based Architecture
Figure 3-33
Neah Power Systems Comparative Size Silicon vs. Polymer
Figure 3-34
Neah Power Systems Honeycomb and Catalyst
Figure 3-35
Neah Power Fuel Cell Prototype Components
Figure 3-36
Neah Power Military Fuel Cells
Figure 3-37
Neah Power Systems
Figure 3-38
Neah Power Systems Basic Chemical Flows in
Silicon Based Porous Electrode
Figure 3-39
Neah Power Systems Manufacturing Infrastructure
Figure 3-40
Neah Power Systems Power Density
Table 3-41
Masterflex Development Focus
Table 3-42
Masterflex Development Positioning
Figure 3-43
Masterflex Power Box
Table 3-44
Masterflex Features
Figure 3-45
Masterflex Cargobike
Table 3-46
Masterflex Fuel Cell Advantages:
Figure 3-47
Masterflex Feul Cell Cargo Bicycle
Figure 3-48
FC-Pedelec – Electric Bicycle With Integrated PEM Fuel Cell
Table 3-49
Masterflex Fuel Cell Functions
Table 3-50
Angstrom Micro Hydrogen™ Portable Power Advantages
Figure 3-51
Angstrom Power Micro Hydrogen™ for Device Integration
Table 3-52
Angstrom Functions
Table 3-52 (Continued)
Angstrom Functions
Table 3-53
Angstrom Micro Hydrogen Products
Figure 3-54
Angstrom’s Micro Hydrogen™ Systems Components
Table 3-55
Angstrom’s Micro Hydrogen™ Systems Components
Figure 4-1
Comparison of PEM Based Silicon Bed DMFC
Figure 4-2
Neah Military Fuel Cell Reduces Weight
Figure 4-3
Neah Fuel and Electrolyte
Figure 4-4
Nanowire Battery Images
Figure 4-5
Neah Solution Silicon-Based Architecture
Figure 4-6
UltraCell PEM Fuel Cell Functioning
Figure 4-7
Sigracet® Fuel Cell Components
Figure 4-8
PolyFuel System Technology Peak Power Density
Table 4-9
Catalyst Layer, Membrane, and MEA Suppliers
Figure 4-10
PolyFuel System Architecture
Figure 4-11
PolyFuel System Development
Table 4-12
Major Developers of Portable Fuel Cells
Table 4-13
Portable Fuel Cell Key Portable Units
Figure 4-14
Key Auto Fuel Cell Engine Requirements
Map Directly To The Membrane
Table 4-15
Organizations with Fuel Cell Information
Table 4-16
SFC Fuel Cell Advantages
Figure 5-1
Altair Nanotechnologies Specific Energy and Specific Power
Table 5-2
Ballard Product Data Residential Cogeneration
Fuel Cell Power Module Description
Table 5-2 (Continued)
Ballard Product Data Residential Cogeneration
Fuel Cell Power Module Description
Figure 5-3
BASF Typical Performance of Hydrogen Air Single Cell Test
Figure 5-4
BASF ETEK Typical Performance of
Methanol Air Single Cell Test
Table 5-5
Horizon Strategic Positioning
Table 5-6
Horizon Fuel Cell Integrated Commercial Applications
Figure 5-7
Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells
Figure 5-8
Johnson Matthey Photon Exchange Membrane
Figure 5-9
Masterflex AG Hydrogen Based 50-Watt Fuel Cell
Figure 5-10
Masterflex AG Hydrogen Fuel Cell Core Business 2008
Table 5-11
Masterflex Focus
Figure 5-12
Neah Roadmap
Table 5-13
PolyFuel Collaboration Progress
Table 5-14
PolyFuel Portable Progress
Figure 5-15
PolyFuel Competitive Positioning
Table 5-16
PolyFuel Progress Toward Commercialization
Of Portable Fuel Cells
Table 5-16 (Continued)
PolyFuel Progress Toward Commercialization
Of Portable Fuel Cells
Figure 5-17
Smart Fuel Cell Automotive Battery Charger
Table 5-18
BASF Future Business Growth Clusters

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