Fuel Cell collaborative

Mar 12, 2003

Kettering University and ANUVU, Incorporated, the parent company of ANUVU Fuel Cell Products, Inc. of Sacramento,Calif., will jointly develop and promote fuel cell technologies for the transportation industry.

Kettering University and ANUVU, Incorporated, the parent company of ANUVU Fuel Cell Products, Inc. of Sacramento,Calif., will jointly develop and promote fuel cell technologies for the transportation industry.

Under the four phase agreement, ANUVU will first provide fuel cells to Kettering for research and teaching needs. The second phase will involve the use of ANUVU fuel cells to convert an EV-1 to fuel cell power. A series of educational seminars will be jointly developed in phase three to instruct end users on appropriate design considerations for fuel cells in transportation applications. The fourth phase will result in the design of a leading edge, fuel cell-powered automobile incorporating the most advanced technologies and design tools available.

ANUVU is involved in many areas of fuel cell technology, including non-metallic Carbon-X PEM Fuel Cells, designing full fuel cell systems, a zero-emission vehicle, researching advance composite-molding technologies, and exploring hydrogen production technologies. For more information about ANUVU, visit www.anuvu.com.

Kettering University is an ABET accredited engineering and technology university in Flint, Michigan, ranked among the top engineering schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Based on the professional cooperative education model, Kettering students attend college year-round, rotating three month semesters with three month professional work experiences related to their field of study. Founded in 1919, the University provides 2,500 students with career-based education in engineering, applied sciences, mathematics, and business management. To find out more about Kettering, visit www.news.kettering.edu.

Written by Dawn Hibbard
810-762-9865
dhibbard@kettering.edu