NHA Gains Two New Members

The National Hydrogen is pleased to announce the addition of two new members, bringing our total paid memberships to 66.

Global Tech

Global Tech was accepted into membership on 23 July 1999 as a Small Business member. They have been in business since February of 1996. The company is developing a Hydrogen Electrolysis System (HES), an automotive after-market retrofit that significantly reduces a vehicle’s emission levels while increasing torque and horsepower.

Currently, Global Tech is undergoing an extensive field study of the HES in southern Ontario, Canada, to demonstrate both quantitatively and empirically the merits of the HES. When the study is completed, HES will be available for sale to the public in both Canada and the United States.

Contact: Bill Ross, Vice President Research and Development, 5 Furbacher Lane, Aurora, Ontario L4G 6W2, CANADA. Phone: +1.905.726.2700. Fax: +1.905.726.2771.

Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. (PECI)

Portland Energy Conservation, Inc. (PECI) was accepted into membership on 16 August 1999 as a University/Research member. PECI is a nonprofit group dedicated to promoting a renewable hydrogen energy system in the Pacific Northwest. To that end, they are proposing a five-year initiative called Pacific Northwest Hydrogen Initiative Program or eHydrogen. The “e” stands for electrolytic-environmental-economic, and the initiative composes education, codes and standards, and commercialization components. The hydrogen production would be primarily based on electrolysis of water powered by solar, wind, and hydroelectric resources. For more information, please visit their website at www.peci.org.

Contact: Phil Welker, Executive Director, 921 SW Washington, Suite 312, Portland, OR 97205, U.S.A. Phone: +1.503.248.4636. Fax: +1.503.295.0820.

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