Millennium Cell Receives Popular Science Award

November 11, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

Millennium Cell Inc. (Eatontown, NJ) has received a 2002 Best of What's New Award from Popular Science. Together with DaimlerChrysler Corp. (Auburn Hills, MI), Millennium Cell is recognized for its Hydrogen on Demand™ hydrogen storage and generation system, which powers the DaimlerChrysler Town and Country fuel cell minivan, the Natrium™.

"We want to thank Popular Science for this recognition and are pleased to share it with our partners at DaimlerChrysler," said Stephen Tang, Millennium Cell president and CEO.

"The key to the Natrium is the fuel," said Thomas Moore, vice president, DaimlerChrysler's Liberty and Technical Affairs research and development group. "It is important that we fully explore sodium borohydride fuel and the Millennium Cell technology as we search for the best fuel cell system for our vehicles."