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You asked about the DCHT fuel cell and it's
As one who has been to their facility I can tell you
that the order from BPA for 110 fuel cells is DCHT's
order to lose.
If upon delivery in Nov the 3kW
stack performs as anticipated, there will be a larger
order placed. While NW Power has advertised that they
would like other companies to compete, apparently that
I am advertising DCHT's PEM Fuel
needless to say, the site gets a lot of inquiry, although
there isn't much more I can say about that
If you would like further information, feel free to
call me at 5613383390
DCHT is a great company with lots of
promise....check out the msg board at ragingbull.com......however
someone keeps selling their holdings at .6875 and never
lets the stock price get past that point.....if this
entity would just raise the asking price the whole darn
stock would start to move upward and the company would
again be valued for whats its worth.....someone is
stupidly hurting themself.....according to the
"Hydrogen&Fuel Cell Letter",DCHT is being hired to"evaluate the
advantages of fuel cell systems for onboard power and
propulsion on maritime vessels" and will evaluate the saftey
of hydrogen for these applications........
The salmon are doing great below the four lower
Snake River dams. Fish & Game data from OR. WA. ID.fish
& game department shows the Yakima River, Umatilla
River, John Day River, and the Hanford reach of the
Columbia salmon stocks are holding their own or thriving!
There is even a non-indian salmon season this year.
These fish only have to pass over three
The bottleneck is the four dams above them. Only 96
chinook have reached the Sawtooth hatchery near Stanley.
I Recently attended a meeting where Brian Brown
spoke. He's an eighteen year veteran with NMFS
specializing in salmon and hydro electric.
that if the four lower Snake dams were breached the
salmon would have the best and only chance of surviving.
He also mentioned there would be no need for further
drawdowns from the upper Snake reservoirs for smolt
flushing (the IDA dams).
One of the major culprits
causing the problem may be Potlatch Corp. at Lewiston.
They continue to dump about 1,800,000 (one million
eight hundred thousand) pounds of toxins into the
Clearwater each year from a pond to a pipe to the river. The
temperature of the stinking discharge material is somewhere
around 90-92 degrees F. This has been going on for 25
years. Their discharge permit expired in 97' and is up
for renewal. My discussions today with experts on the
Potlatch problem found that toxic releases into the
Clearwater are probably at the same levels as in 1994.
Potlatch was the number one polluter in Idaho in that
year. Estimates to fix their problem are
All experts on both sides of the present salmon issue
are ONLY concerned with the four lower Snake dams.
Threats to the upper dams are only Chicken Little
concerns at this time. The salmon were in super shape
before these four lower dams were constructed and will
recover if they are removed.
Curious to know if
that outfitter was the same one who served as an Idaho
Fish & Game Commisioner for many
Just checked out DCHT's website
Looks like a interesting company.
one else know anything about them?
is selling at only 68 cents. If they
winning the IDA contract I would think
this would be
quite favourable for their stock.
At 68 cents I
might jump in just for the hell of
Apparently they manufacture sensors as well.
anybody know about them and has any insight
appreciate some feed back.
Global Thermoelectric Successfully Runs Fuel Cell
System Directly on Natural Gas
22 /CNW/ - Global Thermoelectric Inc. (TSE: GLE)
announced today that it has successfully tested a solid
oxide fuel cell system running directly on natural gas.
Using an integral reformer, the system produced over
800 watts from a stack of twenty 10 x 10cm. cells. An
integral reformer is a device incorporated directly into
the hot area of the stack, where it converts natural
gas into a stream of hydrogen and other gases that
are fuel for the cells.
''We were very pleased to
see the significant power output from this
stack'' said Jim Perry, President and CEO of Global.
''Our original goal was to use a stack containing fifty
cells to develop an output level of 1,000 watts. The
power per cell in this twenty cell stack considerably
exceeded our original expectations. ''All fuel cells
require hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity''
explained Jim Lumsden, Vice President of Research and
Development. ''Our integral reformer uses heat generated by
the solid oxide fuel cells to produce hydrogen
directly from natural gas, a commonly available fuel. This
small, inexpensive and simple reformer will provide
Global with a significant cost and reliability advantage
versus other fuel cell systems that require a
complicated external gas reforming and purification system. A
key to success in mass market applications like home
cogeneration, where a fuel cell system would provide both
electricity and heat, will be the ability to use natural gas
directly as a fuel, as we have demonstrated. Based on the
test results, we are now starting development of next
generation fuel cell systems for stationary and mobile
applications.''Global Thermoelectric Inc. is the world's largest
supplier of thermoelectric power generation equipment for
use in remote locations, and produces crew
compartment heaters for use in tracked military vehicles.The
Calgary-based company is also quickly becoming a world leader
in the fuel cell development industry.
For further information: Jim Perry, President and
CEO, Jim Lumsden, VicePresident of Research and
Development or Larry Kyle, Chief Financial Officer at (403)
GLOBAL THERMOELECTRIC INC. has 41 releases in this
The ocean thing is a last ditch effort to refocus
the demise of the salmon on something other than the
four lower Snake River dams. No organization with
scientific credentials exists that doesn't point the finger
at the dams.
Idaho chinook and steelhead are
passing through Lower Granite at an all time low.