HYDROGEN ENGINE CENTER INC.
2502 E. Poplar Street Algona, IA 50511 Tel: (515) 295-3178 Fax: (515) 395-1877 Website: www.hydrogenenginecenter.com Contact: Joel Stevens, inside sales
Product Line Hydrogen Engine Center Inc.
(HEC) designs, manufactures and distributes alternative fuel internal combustion engines and power gen- eration equipment from 35 k W to 1 MW for distributed power, agricul- tural, industrial, airport ground sup- port, vehicular, business and home applications.
5985 McLaughlin Road Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5R 1B8 Tel: (905) 361-3660 Fax: (905) 361-3626 Website: www.hydrogenics.com Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Product Line Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells from 8 to 30 k W and hydro- gen generators.
Company News Earlier this year, Hydrogenics was awarded a contract to supply the United Nations Industrial Devel- opment Organization (UNIDO) with six HyPM HD8 fuel cell power mod- ules for a boat project coordinated by the Internation-al Centre for Hy- drogen Energy Technologies (ICHET) in Istanbul, Turkey. Hy- drogenics will also supply carbon composite hydrogen storage tanks and components, other auxiliaries and spare parts for two years of operation to ICHET, which is over- seeing the integration.
12302 Kerran Street Poway, CA 92064-6884 Tel: (858) 413-1720 Fax: (858) 413-1733 Website: www.isecorp.com Contact: Alex Bernasconi, senior vice president, sales and marketing
Product Line ISE Corp. is a global producer of
hybrid drive systems and components for heavy-duty propulsion, specializ- ing in hybrid-electric, all-electric and fuel cell technologies.
Company News ISE announced in May that it will begin accepting orders for its next- generation, battery-dominant CNG Hybrid System for transit buses with production units expected to be avail- able in 2011. ISE said the system is expected to improve fuel efficiency by up to 40%, which it said enables the removal of a significant amount of onboard fuel storage without compro- mising vehicle range. The ISE CNG Hybrid System uses the Ford V10 engine, which the company said is more than 1000 lb. lighter than modified diesel engines often used in CNG vehicles and also avoids the complexity of diesel exhaust aftertreatment. The system uses the company’s propri- etary lithium energy storage sys- tem, which ISE said provides high performance and long life. It is con- figured within an environmentally sealed housing.
NUVERA FUEL CELLS
129 Concord Road, Building One Billerica, MA 01821 Tel: (617) 245-7500 Fax: (617) 245-7511 Website: www.nuvera.com Contact: Danielle Andre, marketing
Product Line Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells from 5 to 125 kW, along with hydrogen generators and fueling stations.
ODYNE SYSTEMS LLC
N4 W22610 Bluemound Road Waukesha, WI 53186 Tel: (262) 544-8405 Fax: (262) 547-8407 Website: www.odyne.com
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