What do gadget-laden outdoor enthusiasts in the developed world have in common with rural villagers that have no access to electricity in developing nations? They could soon be using the same clean hydrogen generation technology being developed by a small, private US chemical company.
SiGNa received an initial $100,000 from US government aid agency USAID to design a hydrogen cartridge system that can be deployed to emerging market countries that lack developed electric grids. The DPS 300 – which stands for distributed power system – is a 300 watt unit about the size of a laptop or briefcase that can deliver 800 watt hours of energy to power a host of small to medium sized appliances, tools and gadgets.
According to Lefenfeld, a single hydrogen cartridge that costs less than $10 can provide enough power to filter over 1,000 gallons of water, power thousands of cell
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