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Japanese start-up plans hydrogen fuel cell for 2014

Martyn Williams | Oct. 3, 2013
Aquafairy says its hydrogen fuel cells will succeed where earlier methanol types failed.

Aquafairy is working with Japan's Rohm on the control circuitry for the chargers and to bring the products to market, but says it is also looking for partnerships with other companies and organizations.

Aizawa didn't provide a cost for the technology, but said he knows he has to deliver it at a consumer-friendly price.

"That's my job for the next year," he said.


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