“Climate change, limited fossil hydrocarbon reserves and dependence on supply from countries where the political situation is unstable have led to a world wide movement for the development of renewable energies and new energy devices that ensure a sustainable future. In this sphere, hydrogen and fuel cells have been identified as important actors of our future. AIJU has translated this planning to the toy sector, specifically electric toys. This project will investigate the components necessary for assembling low power stacks, 50-100 kW, such as: bipolar plates, terminal plates, GDLs, MEAs. The fuels cells being developed by AIJU may replace traditional Pb/acid or Ni-Cd batteries used in electric toys.”

Start date: Jan-07
Funding: IMPIVA