Strategic partnerships and collaboration often make the difference between generating solid results or achieving truly great accomplishments in transforming technology innovations into commercial business applications.
In that spirit, we recently participated in the 2008 Clean-Tech Investor Summit held in Palm Springs, CA. Key clean-tech industry leaders gathered to exchange insights, explore emerging opportunities, uncover pitfalls and hear from other leaders in the field. The goal of the annual Summit is to find solutions that serve the needs of industry, government and society using innovative technologies that compete on price and performance while reducing pollution, waste and resource use. More information
See Tesla Electric Motor Car on Display at IBF Clean Tech Conference, Palm Springs, CA.
We are also excited to announce that we have achieved a breakthrough in clean hydrogen production through water electrolysis. We at QuantumSphere have perfected the manufacture of highly reactive catalytic nanoparticle coatings that could increase the efficiency of electrolysis, the technique that generates hydrogen from water. With the use of QSI-Nano NiFe™, we are literally splitting the water more efficiently and turning heads in the scientific, industrial and transportation communities. This process is a key component in addressing the critical needs for energy solutions to power clean vehicles, with a critical industry turning point looming in 2010, according to a recent article in BusinessWeek.
Finally, I will be participating in the 2008 NanoBusiness Alliance Public Policy Tour in Washington DC on February 26-27.
As always, thank you for your continued support and feedback.
Kevin D. Maloney, CEO
IN THIS ISSUE…
QSI in the News:
- QuantumSphere Announces Breakthrough in Hydrogen Production
- Nanoparticles Could Make Hydrogen Cheaper than Gasoline
By R. Colin Johnson, EETimes, February 25, 2008
- QuantumSphere Awards Research Grant to Iowa State University