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Hydrogenics to Supply HTDC With Fuel Cell Module for Step Van.

Hydrogenics Corporation recently announced it has been contracted by the High Technology Development Corporation (HTDC) in Hawaii to supply a HyPM 65-kilowatt (kW) fuel cell power module to power a "step van."

According to the company, the power module installation will be performed at the Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies (HCATT), with demonstration activities to take place at the Hickam Air Force Base. Hydrogenics said the step van will have the capability to serve as a ground power unit for the U.S. Air Force as well as perform routine base operations.

"Thanks to HTDC, the Hickam Air Force base in Hawaii is quickly becoming recognized as a leader in demonstrating hydrogen fuel cell capabilities," said Hydrogenics president and CEO Pierre Rivard. "We are excited to again be working with HTDC after such a favorable experience with our previous integration of a power module into a bus."

Contact: Gary Brandt, Hydrogenics, phone 905-361-3633.

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Publication:Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Today
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Date:Oct 6, 2004
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