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Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies is one of the largest suppliers of fuel storage systems for compressed gas fuels like natural gas and hydrogen. Now they are supplying three mobile hydrogen filling stations to General Motors for refueling fuel cell vehicles. The rigs will be used by GM for refueling vehicles at various locations like proving grounds, off-site tests, public demonstrations and fleet tests.

[Source: Quantum] Quantum to Supply Transportable Hydrogen Refueling Stations to General Motors

IRVINE, Calif., July 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc., (NASDAQ:QTWW) today announced that it is supplying three transportable hydrogen refueling stations to General Motors. These units will be used to refuel GM's fuel cell vehicles, which are equipped with Quantum hydrogen fuel systems, at various locations, from vehicle proving grounds and public ride-and-drive events to fleet demonstrations.

"Our transportable hydrogen refueling stations are designed to support our customers as they advance their hydrogen fuel cell vehicle initiatives and are helping to establish the foundation of a hydrogen refueling network," stated Alan P. Niedzwiecki, President and CEO. "The high pressure storage systems developed by Quantum, which these new refueling stations support, translate directly into a greater vehicle driving range for hydrogen fueled vehicles, a critical factor for the commercialization of fuel cell vehicles."

"Quantum's hydrogen refueling stations, integral elements of our alternative energy product portfolio, are cost-effective, just-in-time modular solutions to deliver hydrogen to hydrogen powered vehicles as their demand continues to grow around the world," added Mr. Niedzwiecki.

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Recently, GM announced that their Chevrolet Sequel fuel cell vehicle successfully drove a distance of 300 miles on one fill of hydrogen, from General Motors' Fuel Cell Activity Center in Honeoye Falls to Tarrytown, New York, becoming the world's first fuel cell vehicle to achieve that milestone. The Sequel is equipped with Quantum's integrated hydrogen storage system, comprised of Quantum's ultra-lightweight 10,000 psi (70 MPa) hydrogen tanks and related hydrogen regulation, metering, and safety systems.

About Quantum:

Quantum, a fully integrated alternative energy company, is a leader in powertrain engineering, system integration and manufacturing of packaged fuel systems and accessories for specialty vehicles and applications including fuel cells, hybrids, alternative fuels, hydrogen refueling, new body styles, mid-cycle vehicle product enhancements and high performance engines and drive trains for OEMs and consumers of aftermarket parts and accessories. Quantum also designs and manufactures hybrid and fuel cell vehicles. Quantum also develops and manufacturers advanced lithium-ion batteries through its partner, Advanced Lithium Power.

Quantum has product commercialization alliances with General Motors, AM General and Sumitomo. Quantum's customer base includes General Motors, Toyota, Opel, Hyundai, Suzuki, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, SunLine, Yamaha, AeroVironment, and the U.S. Army.

More information can be found about Quantum's products and services at
http://www.qtww.com/.


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      • 2 Months Ago
      If we ever have a lot of nuclear plants generating H2 then it's ok, otherwise it's just another way for big oil to make money (via natural gas -> H2).

      • 2 Months Ago
      Im minding if this machine use water or natural gas or something else to make hydrogen.
      • 2 Months Ago
      I guess if I buy a fuel cell car, I will also have to buy a tanker truck to follow me around too.
      • 2 Months Ago
      I need manufactures ,suppliers for hydrogen cylinders filling station.30 nm3/hr 150 bar