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Posted: Oct 13, 2010
SiEnergy Systems to Participate in the 2010 Fuel Cell Seminar and Exposition
(Nanowerk News) SiEnergy Systems LLC, a Harvard spin-off company commercializing novel solid oxide fuel cells using nanometer scale oxide thin films, will be exhibiting at the 2010 Fuel Cell Seminar and Exposition to be held in San Antonio, TX from October 18th to 21st. The company will display prototype thin film micro fuel cells at booth B207. General Manager, Vincent Chun, and Principal Scientist, Masaru Tsuchiya, will be available to discuss SiEnergy's recent breakthroughs.
SiEnergy Systems recently made breakthroughs in scaling power output of nanometer thin film micro-solid oxide fuel cells. The technology uses silicon-based micro fabrication to create SOFCs with nanometer scale electrolytes that operate at low temperature, and are scalable to meet various power requirements. The "Silicon Energy" reduces the size and cost of SOFCs, and brings their use in mobile energy applications within reach. SiEnergy is seeking investors and industrial collaborators to develop fuel cell stacks to target high end commercial and military mobile power applications.
Those interested in setting up business or media meetings at the Fuel Cell Seminar and Exposition, please visit booth B207 or contact Masaru Tsuchiya at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About SiEnergy Systems, LLC
SiEnergy Systems is a privately held startup company formed by Allied Minds, Inc. to commercialize proprietary micro solid oxide fuel cell technology developed in Prof. Shriram Ramanathan's lab at Harvard University.