Argentina Signs New Fuel Cell Development Agreement

Argentina Signs New Fuel Cell Development Agreement

Business News Americas recently reported that Argentina’s presidential news service has revealed the government has signed a fuel cell design, development and commercialization agreement, on behalf of state energy company Energia Argentina, SA (ENARSA), with the Argentine Army and Aeropuertos Argentina 2000.

According to Business News Americas, Army general Roberto Bendini revealed that ENARSA will evaluate the commercial viability of a one-watt fuel cell prototype developed by the Army over the past two years, as well as develop a new five-watt battery and explore the development of larger batteries up to 50 watts.

Business News America said the news service noted that Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 will contribute $280,000 in funding to the project, while the Army will own intellectual rights to the effort and ENARSA will have the option to sell the products commercially if the project proves successful.


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