PAFCS

AcronymDefinition
PAFCSPennsylvania Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
PAFCSPolymeric Aluminum Ferric Chloride Sulfate
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Just as DOE's support for R&D ended, the federal government began to assist United Technologies by offering a series of subsidy programs that promoted commercialization of the company's PAFC power plants.
By the time DOE terminated its support, it had spent $300 million on various PAFC power plant development activities.
Moving away from government contract work, ElectroChem's product line included PEMFCs and PAFCs as well as fuel cell systems, models, test stations, and fuel cell supplies and components.
supplier of PAFCs, having sold more than 100 units worldwide.
There are four types of fuel cells for terrestrial applications, commonly classified by electrolyte: the 200 [degrees] C phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC), the 200 [degrees] C proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell, the 650 [degrees] C molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC), and the 1000 [degrees] C solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC).
Alyansa Agrikultura president Arsenio Tanchuling, concurrent budget committee co-chair of the Philippine Agriculture and Fisheries Council (PAFC), said: "We responded to P-Noys statement: Ikaw ang boss ko.
"We continue to focus our efforts on improved operability, longer-life and reduced costs, as we advance phosphoric acid fuel cells (PAFCs) using the important data accumulated from our units in the field."
Figure 1 illustrates performance improvements for phosphoric acid fuel cells (PAFC) over a 23-year span.
The PAFC was selected for near-term use in the bus program because it is the only fuel cell that has demonstrated performance on reformed fuels.
Several different liquid and solid media can be used to cerate the fuel cell's electrochemical reactions -- phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC), molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC), solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and proton exchange membrane (PEM).