26.6.2007: Meldung: Distributed Energy Systems Corp.: Auftrag aus Afrika
WALLINGFORD, Conn., June 25 / -- Distributed Energy Systems Corp. (Nasdaq: DESC) today announced an order for a hydrogen- generation and storage system for a new electric power plant in Africa. The company, which creates and delivers products and solutions to the emerging decentralized energy marketplace, also said it completed installation and commissioning of an advanced hydrogen vehicle fueling station in Florida, under a contract with a major global energy corporation and a large international chemical company. Terms of the two projects were not disclosed.
The North African sale, to a major international generator manufacturer, is for a complete hydrogen supply and storage system to "cool" the electricity generators that will be installed at a new power plant now under construction. The installation will include two HOGEN(R) H-Series hydrogen generating units and gas compression and storage systems, to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2007. The company said the order reflects growing demand for its products in the global generator cooling market.
The Florida project involved successfully installing and commissioning an on-site hydrogen vehicle fueling system at a service station in Orlando. The station showcases the company"s proton exchange membrane electrolysis (PEM) technology, which uses electrical energy to convert water into hydrogen fuel that can be safely stored at the station, and dispensed into clean and efficient hydrogen-fueled automobiles. The Orlando station is one of 14 such hydrogen fueling locations Distributed Energy Systems has helped develop since 2002.
About Distributed Energy Systems Corp.
Distributed Energy Systems Corp. (Nasdaq: DESC) creates and delivers products and solutions to the emerging decentralized energy marketplace, giving users greater control over their energy cost, quality and reliability. The company delivers a combination of practical, ready-today energy solutions and solid business platforms for capitalizing on the changing energy landscape. For more information visit http://www.distributed-energy.com.
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