HCATTHawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technologies
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With the money, HCATT hopes to develop a hydrogen generation, storage and dispensing station, and advanced propulsion systems and energy storage systems for ground support equipment.
Hydrogenics, the Canada based manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell products and electrolyser systems, has obtained a contract from Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (HCATT), to develop, produce and deliver a 100kW HyPM-OH outdoor hydrogen fuel cell power system for a US Air Force/Navy Base in Hawaii.
HCATT, which is led by High Technology Development Corp.