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View Resource Fuel Cells: Bringing Power to the People

Smithsonian Energy and Motion Academy - Washington, DC, USA, 13 July 2007.

http://www.fuelcells.org/info/smithsonian.pdf
View Resource Fuel Cells: Powering Our Economic Future

Program from General Motors and Junior Acheivement targets students in grades 5-8 and is designed to enhance their social science curriculum.

http://gmedu.stage1.mslideas.com/lesson-plans/lesson-plans-f...
View Resource Feasibility of Electrolyzer Based Home Refueling System for Advanced Plug-in Hydrogen Vehicle Applications

In this EPRI supported technology innovation project, ElectroChem has demonstrated operation of a unique cell design that allows great simplifications, yet high performance, for PEM electrolyzer...

http://fuelcell.com/techsheets/Feasibility_of_Electrolyzer_B...
View Resource Safety Procedures For Removing MEAs From Fuel Cell

ElectroChem?s fuel cell test cell/stack installs gastight seal gasket with well designed sealing surface. Once the fuel cell is assembled and tested, the sealing mechanism prevents the fuel cell f...

http://fuelcell.com/techsheets/SAFETY%20PROCEDURE%20for%20RE...
View Resource Toray Carbon Fiber Paper "TGP-H"

Toray TGP-H is a Carbon-Carbon Composite Paper which has been used for PAFC and PEFC for decades and has proven durability. Its high mechanical strength, conductivity and gas permeability are...

http://fuelcell.com/techsheets/TORAY-TGP-H.pdf
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