In a fuel cell, dispersions generally refer to the distribution of active materials such as catalysts or polymers in or on a solid or liquid.

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American Fuel Cell Rochester, NY
American Fuel Cell is developing novel fuel cell technologies in Rochester, NY. Our team is led by Daniel O’Connell and David Wetter, who both have over 30 years of experience in the Automotive/Fuel Cell industry. We plan to take advantage of the exceptional opportunity fuel cells provide to generate clean, efficient electricity, zero emissions, high power density, fast refill times, and many other benefits for multiple applications. AFC's unique chemical formulations, system level optimization experience, exceptional process know-how, and access to high speed - thin film - manufacturing equipment will allow us to produce a high quality - low cost Membrane Electrode Assembly (MEA) for multiple fuel cell applications.
UPDATED: August 16, 2017

The mission of Vehicle Projects Inc (also known as the FuelCell Propulsion Institute) is to serve heavy industry and transport by developing turnkey prototype fuel cell vehicles that address societal problems such as environmental quality, time and energy efficiency, and energy security.
UPDATED: January 26, 2017

ZTEK Corporation Woburn, MA
ZTEK is known for its pioneering activities in the field of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system development. Since 1994, ZTEK has successfully demonstrated a 1kW fuel cell stack, logging 16,000 hours of operation while meeting (and exceeding) its initial performance expectations. A 25kW system with multiple fuel cell stacks and natural gas internal reforming has been developed and is currently in operation, demonstrating reliability of balance-of-plant reforming components. This 25kW system provides the technology basis for ZTEK's commercial-sized systems. A 200kW SOFC/Gas Turbine system is currently under construction.
UPDATED: May 16, 2017