Developer of hydrogen reformer technology for portable fuel cell applications

We caught up recently with Scott Rackey, President of CTP Hydrogen. CTP’s core technology is based on a mixed conducting ceramic membrane that conducts both electrons and oxygen ions. By employing this membrane technology, CTP is able to reduce the multistep reforming process into a single-step reac...

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