Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. to Appear on Alexander Haig's World Business Review TV Series, September 24, 2006 on CNBC (As Paid Programming)
Fuel Cells containing MEA's or membrane electrode assemblies are the choice power supply for mobile devices such as MP3 players, blue tooth wireless headsets and even laptop computers. This segment of World Business Review explores how Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. develops this next generation power supply using new nanotechnology.
“PFCE produces the heart of the fuel cell, the MEA. We are working hard to become the Intel and AMD of the fuel cell universe.”
George Suzuki, President of PFCE noted, "PFCE produces the heart of the fuel cell, the MEA. We are working hard to become the Intel and AMD of the fuel cell universe."
Coordinating producer Chris Graniti added, "When researching the latest developments in micro fuel cell innovations, Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. consistently came up as being in touch with the most current advancements in this area. They were a natural to appear on this edition of World Business Review."
About Pacific Fuel Cell Corp.
Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. is a nanotechnology company committed to the development and production of carbon nanomaterial-based membrane electrode assemblies ("nanoMEAs") with reduced cost and higher performance for fuel cells in the portable and micro fuel cell market.
For information visit http://www.pfce.net
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