The defense supplier is exploring the use of Neah's PowerchipTM fuel cell for a range of applications including soldier power, remote power stations, and unmanned underwater and aerial vehicles. Neah anticipates additional purchase orders from this customer throughout the remainder of calendar 2012, with broader adoption in 2013.
Dr. D'Couto, Neah Power Systems, Inc. CEO said "We continue to be enthused about applications development for a wide variety of uses that require power densities previously considered unsuitable for fuel cells. The superior performance and cost effective product allows Neah Power Systems to offer differentiated solutions for a variety of defense, commercial and consumer customers."
Neah Power Systems employees visited the customer's facility for training its personnel on the operational aspects of the fuel cell.
About Neah Power
Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ.OB) is a developer of long-lasting, efficient and safe power solutions for the military, transportation, and portable electronics applications. Neah uses a unique, patented and award winning, silicon-based design for its PowerchipTM micro fuel cells that enable higher power densities, lower cost and compact form-factors. Previous awards include the 2012 ZINO Green finalist, the 2010 WTIA finalist, and 2010 Best of What's NewTM Popular Science and other awards. The Company's micro fuel cell system can run in aerobic and anaerobic modes. Further Company information can be found at www.neahpower.com.
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