NovArs, a division of Manhattan Scientifics, announces completion of initial development and initial testing of the Hydrocycle — a fuel cell-powered bicycle. The NovArs mid-range technology, which ranges from several Watts to several kiloWatts, has potential applications for laptop computers and other portable electronics, golf carts, wheel chairs, cordless power tools, electric kitchen appliances, alarm systems and remote power stations. The power supply unit is based on a polymer ...

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