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HODHouse of Delegates (various organizations)
HODHouse of David (various locations)
HODHead of Design (various companies)
HODHydrogen on Demand
HODHead of Department
HODHarbingers of Destruction (gaming clan)
HODHeart of Darkness (novel)
HODHalo Occupation Distribution (astronomy)
HODHouse of Detention (various locations)
HODHost on Demand
HODHeritage Open Days (UK)
HODHost On-Demand
HODHypertrophic Osteodystrophy
HODHalachic Organ Donor (New York, NY)
HODHeat on Demand
HODHospital Outpatient Department (various organizations)
HODHead Of Delegation
HODHome Office Delivery
HODHood of Defiance (gaming)
HODHarmony of Dissonance (game)
HODHuman and Organizational Development (degree program)
HODHistoric Ordnance Disposal
HODHand Over Date (production)
HODHigh of Day (stock markets)
HODHadoop on Demand
HODHealthy Option Dane (band)
HODHurt On Duty
HODHeretics of Dune (Frank Herbert novel)
HODHebrew Order of David
HODHome Owners Dues
HODHandler on Duty (SANS Internet Storm Center)
HODHigher-Order Differential
HODHousing Overlay District (heritage conservation; various locations)
HODHeads Out Display (military aviation)
HODHome Office Day
HODHoly Order of Dragons (gaming)
HODHydrogen-Oxygen-Deuterium
HODHemophilia Organization Development
HODHand-Off Delay
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The positive factors are: Hydrogen on Demand is available now worldwide.
DaimlerChrysler has a concept vehicle called Natrium (Latin for "sodium"), which also uses the Hydrogen on Demand system.
These Hydrogen on Demand (TM) systems will be integrated with Aperion partner fuel cell products for field deployment and evaluation by Aperion's customers.
Another advantage of Hydrogen on Demand over reforming is that no carbon monoxide is involved to poison the fuel cell.
Millennium is now also supplying the Hydrogen on Demand to technology to PSA Peugeot Citroen which plans to integrate it initially into its Fuel Cell Cab prototype.
According to Millennium Cell president and CEO Stephen Tang, patent number 6,670,444 is "particularly noteworthy" because it addresses "the core of our research activities in reducing the cost of manufacturing sodium borohydride and enabling recycling of discharged fuel from Hydrogen on Demand generators."
"Millennium Cell's intellectual property strategy focuses on all aspects of the Hydrogen on Demand technology from fuel supply to hydrogen generators for use in consumer electronics, standby power, military portable power and transportation," said Tang.
During its "Hydrogen on Demand" generation and storage process, Millennium said hydrogen is stored "at ambient conditions in a non-flammable liquid 'fuel' solution of sodium borohydride," which releases the hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst, eliminating the need for compression or liquefaction.
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