ISH2SUP ( 245294 ) Aarne Halme Aalto university. Project & partnership. In situ H2 supply technology for micro fuel cells Duration: 2010-2012 Budget: 1.7 M€ Funding: European Commission FCH JU, Partners Partners : Aalto University (FI), CEA (FR), Hydrocell (FI), myFC (SE )
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In situ H2 supply technology for micro fuel cells
Budget: 1.7 M€
Funding: European Commission FCH JU, Partners
Partners: Aalto University (FI), CEA (FR), Hydrocell (FI), myFC(SE)
Coordinator Professor Aarne Halme ([email protected])
D.Sc. Anja Ranta ([email protected]), Aalto University
- Power gap of many mobile electronicsdevices, likelaptops, smartphones, cameras, etc. in spite of improvements in Li-technology.
- Light mobile power for outdooractivities
- Emergingmarketswithpooravailabilty of gridor no gridespecially in developingcountries
-> There is a need of easy to use and logisticallyfeasiblefuelingtechnologies to makehydrogenreally mobile.
- 5 W mobile hand-heldphonecharger of 5 h operationtime (per onecartridge)
-10 W portablepowersource (useextender) for Laptop non-gridusage
ISH2SUP- concept: a micro hybride power system for non-grid environment
- in the case of methanolconversion the energyneeded (0,7-1Wh/lH2) is providedby the fuellcellmaking the reformationautonomous.
10 W electrolyser based power unit is made from scratch. Output 12 V
NaBH4 based 5 W charger is done by modifying an existing product of MyFC