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Old 03-02-2010, 06:07 AM   #21
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And yet Another RV FC on Horizon

OK, this one is not available yet as it was delayed to fulfill making cells for the military - which would lead me to believe that there may be some legs to this Company and their product - time will tell.

This unit is a little bulkier, but generates 250W continuously. We can only hope that the industry picks up on FC's (as Jayco is doing) in which case we may soon all be able to purchase a consistent source of off-grid power that delivers regardless of weather or noise restrictions. Link follows:

Protonex Technology Corporation - Recreation - RV Power
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Old 12-25-2010, 06:27 PM   #22
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OK, this one is not available yet as it was delayed to fulfill making cells for the military - which would lead me to believe that there may be some legs to this Company and their product - time will tell.

This unit is a little bulkier, but generates 250W continuously. We can only hope that the industry picks up on FC's (as Jayco is doing) in which case we may soon all be able to purchase a consistent source of off-grid power that delivers regardless of weather or noise restrictions. Link follows:

Protonex Technology Corporation - Recreation - RV Power

Apparently they scrapped the M250 and are supposed to release the propane fueled P125B Q1 2011. They are specifically marketing to RVrs.
http://www.protonex.com/recreation/rv-power.aspx
I am very curious to see how much this little thing costs.

And another company with a 25W http://www.adaptivematerials.com/por...250w-power-pod
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Apparently they scrapped the M250 and are supposed to release the propane fueled P125B Q1 2011. They are specifically marketing to RVrs.
http://www.protonex.com/recreation/rv-power.aspx
I am very curious to see how much this little thing costs.

And another company with a 25W 250w Power Pod | Adaptive Materials, Inc. | Fuel Cell Manufacturer
Very interesting. Sure like the propane as a fuel source since we all carry this source at all times. No specialty liquids, etc. to worry about sourcing and transporting. This requires some additional research but certainly appears that it is directed towards the military as well.
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