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October 25, 2011


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Keith D. Patch


Thank you for the link to Ballard's GDL. Sorry I neglected to put it in the post.


Janice Mariano

Chanho, Gabriel and all of Fuel Cell Nation: My name is Janice Mariano and I work for Ballard Material Products. I will be happy to send samples to those folks interested in qualifying our new GDL. Please contact me at [email protected]

Keith D. Patch


I do not work for Ballard. You will have to contact them directly.

Note: I wish they had put a URL or phone number on their comparison data sheet that I could have linked to!

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It is good news for Fuel Cell society. We would like to test the new product as soon as possible.

Keith D. Patch


Yes, we have to wait to see what this product's commercial impact is on electrochemical technologies. But lower cost and better performance is definitely the way to go!

Gabriel D Marin

Great news and thanks for sharing at this early stage. Also, the contract with DOE to model transport phenomenon is a perfect match to this new development. We have to wait for further developments to see the impact on overall performance and cost, so critical variables to the deployment of fuel cells in the transportation industry.

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