This month QSI announced that it has been awarded a grant by the United States Army for the development of a unitized reformed methanol fuel cell that improves efficiency, integration and portability and reduces costs for portable power applications.
This news follows last month’s announcement of a key patent filed for technology that QSI developed to extend the capacity of rechargeable lithium ion batteries up to five times. Next-generation batteries featuring this technology could dramatically improve the operating life of portable consumer electronics and a wide variety of energy storage applications.
As the company moves forward, we will continue leveraging our core skills in advanced nano catalysts and related process chemistries that can be translated into a broad range of clean-energy and portable power applications.
As always, thank you for your continued support and feedback.
Kevin D. Maloney, CEO
IN THIS ISSUE…
- QSI in the News:
- QSI is Hiring – See Qualification Details
- QuantumSphere, October, 2008
- U.S. Army Invests In Methanol Fuel Cells For Portable Tech
- By GoodCleanTech.com, October 16, 2008
- QuantumSphere Files Key Lithium-Ion Battery Patent
- QuantumSphere, September 16, 2008
- An All-Electric Porche 997? Blasphemy!
- By Antuan Goodwin, Car Tech Blog, October 21, 2008
- Toshiba Wants EV Battery Business, 3M Lithium Cells/Month
- By Sam Abuelsamid, AutoBlogGreen.com, October 21, 2008
- Lithium-ion For Mercedes-Benz First Production Hybrid
- By Stuart Birch, Automotive Engineering, October 10, 2008
- Alternative Energy Update
- October, 2008