Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
- Category: Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
08 Jun 2009
- Published on Monday, 08 June 2009 13:44
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sourced from GreenChek Technologies Inc.
American hydrogen energy technology company GreenChek Technologies Inc. announced recently that it will be entering the German market during the first quarter of 2010 with distribution partner TESEL and into the Chinese market with Tianjin Kerlong.
GreenChek is currently involved in its proprietary onboard hydrogen generation and injection technology (OHGI), which is used in its emissions reduction device (ERD). OHGI technology separates the hydrogen and oxygen in water for energy use using a vehicle’s standard electric system powered by its battery. With its integrated OHGI technology, the ERD can be retrofitted on any vehicle regardless of fuel source. The ERD injects hydrogen and oxygen into the fuel system, reducing the amount of emissions and fuel consumption. No wear and tear occurs when the hydrogen system is used. When the vehicle is turned off, the hydrogen and oxygen are stored as water. Testing by GreenChek has shown fuel emissions reduction of as much as 50%, along with increased horsepower, reduced maintenance, and improved engine life. The company is currently focusing on the use of the fully-scalable ERD in buses, trucks, and locomotives.
GreenChek has already gathered data from France and England, and will leverage it for its entrance into Germany.
In China, GreenChek has entered into a verbal memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Tianjin Kerlong. Tianjin Kerlong will have the option to purchase and distribute the ERD, initially in Hebei Province, and then expand throughout the Asian market. A formal agreement will be signed in the next two to three weeks.
GreenChek Technology Inc. is based in San Francisco, with operations in the U.S., Canada, Asia, and Europe. The company is listed on the OTCBB as GCHK. The stock was up 14.29% by the end of June 5, closing at $0.24.
- Mike R. Lopez
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