ENV Fuel Cell Motorbike Debuts at Tokyo FC Expo
Fuel cell development company Intelligent Energy today confirmed that it will be exhibiting a range of its fuel cell and hydrogen generation technologies at the second international FC Expo in Tokyo, to be held at the ‘Big Sight’ venue from 25th – 27th January 2006. This event will mark the inaugural appearance in Japan of Intelligent Energy’s ENV (Emissions Neutral Vehicle), the world’s first purpose-built hydrogen fuel cell motorcycle.
Intelligent Energy has identified Japan as a key market for its technologies and considers Japanese manufacturers, already amongst the most pioneering in the world, to be the most likely first successful companies to commercialise fuel cell technology. In addition to the ENV, Intelligent Energy will also be exhibiting its 10 kW automotive fuel cell system, which it is developing in partnership with PSA Peugeot Citroën, as well as a 75 kW PEM fuel cell stack and a compact hydrogen generator capable of multi-fuel cell operation.
A number of Intelligent Energy fuel cell experts will be manning the stand during the show, along with a Japanese translator.
About Intelligent Energy:
Intelligent Energy is a fuel cell and hydrogen generation development company, creating and implementing new energy technologies and power delivery services for its business partners. The company is above all an intellectual property and know-how led business, focused on commercialising its fuel cell and hydrogen generation technologies and providing solutions for global applications in the motive, distributed energy, military and portable power markets. Intelligent Energy hit the world’s headlines in March 2005, when it launched ENV: the world’s first purpose-built hydrogen fuel cell bike (or Emissions Neutral Vehicle). The bike went on to win a Popular Science ‘Best of What’s New Award’ and was recently named as one of the ‘Greatest Innovations of 2005’ by TIME Magazine. Intelligent Energy has received high-level public recognition for its portfolio of innovative technologies, first by winning the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track Research and Development Award and secondly, in December 2005, being named as one of only 8 British companies to be nominated as a Technology Pioneer 2006 by The World Economic Forum.
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