Way, way, waaay back in 2006, the 3yen reported on the amusingly named ‘Aquafairy’ fuel cell for auxiliary power for Docomo cell phones (3Yen 2006-07-18). Now seven years later, Aquafairy Corp. has dumped Docomo—Japan’s largest cell phone provider—and has hooked up with Rohm Co. for mass-marketing a miniaturized Hydrogen fuel cell.
Japanese start-up plans hydrogen fuel cell for 2014
Computerworld | 2013-Oct-02.
A Japanese start-up says it has finessed a technology that could finally make consumer-grade fuel cells a reality. If successful, the company, Aquafairy, would create a business where many much larger companies have failed.
Prototypes of the company’s hydrogen fuel cell technology are on show this week at the Ceatec exhibition in Japan where the company’s president, Mike Aizawa, said he hopes the first products will be on sale next year…
For more details, visit the official fairy website at: www.aquafairy.co.jp/en/
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