FuelCellsEtc announced today that it has signed a supply and distribution agreement with Pearl Hydrogen Technology Co., Ltd covering hydrogen air fuel cells. The agreement gives FuelCellsEtc non-exclusive rights to sell Pearl Hydrogen Technology’s hydrogen air fuel cells on a global scale, with primary focus in the Americas.
Daniel Westerheim, Founder and President of FuelCellsEtc commented, “The introduction of Pearl Hydrogen’s complete PEM fuel cells to our product line further exemplifies our on-going endeavors to provide our customers with deeper end-product choices while still maintaining our focus towards the customization of PEM components.”
FuelCellsEtc will market Pearl Hydrogen Technology fuel cells exclusively, complementing FuelCellsEtc’s market evolution into selling completed PEM product applications. This will mark the first time FuelCellsEtc has offered a complete fuel cell application.For more information contact FuelCellsEtc at FuelCells@FuelCellsEtc.com or call at +1 (979)-635-4706.
FuelCellsEtc was originally part of one of the oldest and most recognized fuel cell R&D firms in the US, operating as Lynntech’s Commercial Fuel Cell Components Division. In August 2011, the current operating management of the division negotiated an exclusive license with Lynntech to transition the division into an independent company. FuelCellsEtc manufactures and sells high performance custom fuel cell and electrolyzer components to product manufacturers, researchers and educators. FuelCellsEtc’s primary products are Membrane Electrode Assemblies (MEAs) for a wide variety of Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers.
About Pearl Hydrogen Technology
Pearl Hydrogen Technology Co., Ltd (briefly called “Pearl Hydrogen”) is a hi-tech company leading the world in the field of air-cooling and self-humidification PEMFC. Since its establishment in January 2006, Pearl Hydrogen has been focused in the commercialization of fuel cells. They have made progress in several key-technology fields such as the manufacturing of fuel cell materials and the designing of the fuel cells’ stacks structure.