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HydroGen Receives $1.25-million Grant From Ohio DOD.

HydroGen, LLC recently announced plans to locate a 400-kilowatt commercial demonstration fuel cell project in Ohio, to be funded in part by a $1.25-million grant from the Ohio Department of Development through its Ohio Fuel Cell Initiative. HydroGen also plans to establish its corporate headquarters in the state.

According to HydroGen, the project will consist of the siting, installation and operation of an air-cooled phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) module demonstration facility at an industrial location in Ohio, with the purpose of the project to test and validate the performance of the PAFC fuel cell module -- the "building block" of the company's two-megawatt Power Island product.

Contact: Joshua Tosteson, HydroGen, phone 412-405-1000.

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Publication:Fuel Cells Today
Date:Aug 31, 2005
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