WATT Fuel Cell Secures $100,000 in Funding from NYSERDA

19 Dec 2012

WATT Fuel CellWATT Fuel Cell Corp., a designer and developer of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) systems, has announced the award of a six-month $100,000 grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). The funding will be used to assess the energy savings associated with the company’s proprietary process for manufacturing micro-tubular SOFCs.

According to WATT Fuel Cell director of technology Ben Emley, the new ‘Single-Step Process’, or SSP, enables the company to produce reliable, high-quality SOFC components on a mass scale and at a lower cost than competitors.

NYSERDA provided funding to WATT Fuel Cell through its Innovation in the Manufacturing of Clean Energy Technologies program. The intent of this program is to assist manufacturers of clean energy technologies in New York State in using less energy in their production processes, while also enhancing the viability of the clean energy tech sector in the state.

For additional information, visit www.wattfuelcell.com

Source: taken from Business Wire news release

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