DCH Technology Receives Contract for 10 New-Model Fuel Cell Power Systems

August 02, 2001 by Jeff Shepard

DCH Technology Inc. (Valencia, CA) announced that they have received a contract for 10 new-model DCH/Enable remote fuel cell power systems that will be used by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC, Austin, TX). The fuel cell power systems will be used to provide electricity on demand to air- and water-quality sampling equipment as well as communications equipment providing real-time data feedback.

"This contract represents an important step forward for the TNRCC in its role of bringing clean energy solutions to the State of Texas," said TNRCC spokesperson Steve Spaw. "Both our portable DCH/EnableTM 12W fuel cell and mobile 3kW fuel cell system have performed to expectations, and we are happy to see the improvements that DCH is making to further increase system reliability."