Proton Energy Systems, a Rocky Hill, CT, maker of fuel cells, says it is developing systems that will produce and generate hydrogen at high pressure, without the need for mechanical compression. Proton Energy says its system will produce hydrogen directly from electrolysis of water at a pressure exceeding 2,000 psi, a process that could significantly speed progression of a hydrogen-delivery infrastructure. The company also claims the process is less expensive than current high-pressure ...

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