UltraCell launches a 55 W reformed methanol fuel cell system for portable power

UltraCell, a reformed methanol fuel cell (RMFC) developer, recently updated us on its progress towards a more efficient power system. In talking with CEO Keith Scott and CTO Ian Kaye, we learned that the company had made substantial improvements on its standard XX25 system, a 25 W RMFC, increasing i...

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