Power+Energy h2 flow separators employ Power+Energy's unique micro-channel
technology to produce ultra-pure hydrogen suitable for direct supply to a fuel cell from a wide
range of hydrogen containing gas streams. Each hydrogen flow separator is custom designed for the
specific customer application.
Power+Energy hydrogen separation technology developed to meet the requirements
of the US Navy is being used in cutting edge DOE and DOD supported hydrogen recovery projects. Read
about Power+Energy’s h2 separation technology and applications in NAVSEA’s 2010 Annual Report.
Read about P+E's hydrogen separation research efforts in conjunction with United
Technologies Research Center (UTRC) and Metal Hydride Technologies, Inc. in the project fact sheet titled "Experimental
Demonstration of Advanced Palladium Membrane Separators for Central High-Purity Hydrogen
Production" published by the U.S. DOE's Office of Fossil Energy, NETL, or the scientific paper of the same name by UTRC's Sean C.
Emerson, Power+Energy and Metal Hydride Technologies, Inc. published by the DOE's Hydrogen
The DOE's follow up to the "Experimental Demonstration of Advanced Palladium
Membrane Separators for Central High-Purity Hydrogen Production" effort is a project to demonstrate
at a pilot scale the use of Pd-based membranes to separate H2 from syngas. Read the DOE's NETL
Project Fact Sheet, Advanced Palladium
Membrance Scale-up for Hydrogen Separation, for more information.
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Hydrogen Purifiers feattured in a presentation by Hawaii Gas at the Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy
Exposition in November 2012
A presentation on a method to distribute and purify hydrogen for fueling
stations from SNG and LPG (propane) in Hawaii was given at the Fuel Cell Seminar and Energy
Exposition in November 2012. The presentation shows how the use of P+E’s micro-channel purifiers
are an integral part of the process to separate and purify hydrogen from SNG. The presentation by
Hawaii Gas shows the potential benefit of this technology for fuel cell applications. See the full
presentation at: http://fuelcellseminar.com/media/51089/mot24-5.pdf