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Harvest Energy Technology Hydrogen Refueling Stations


Harvest Energy Technology, Inc (HET) takes a lead role in the supply of reforming technology for hydrogen refueling stations being commissioned throughout the world in 2006.

HET's proprietary Steam Methane Reformer (SMR) hydrogen generator was integrated into a hydrogen energy station built by an affiliate of Chevron Technology Ventures LLC for the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District at their Seminary Avenue facility in Oakland, California. The energy station was successfully commissioned in 2005 and has begun refueling zero-emission fuel cell buses that will be operated at the site over the next two years.

HET successfully demonstrated operation of its High-Pressure Steam Methane Reformer (HPSMR) in 2005. A HPSMR hydrogen generator will be installed at the AC Transit facility in the second quarter of 2006 to provide additional hydrogen refueling capacity for demonstration of a fleet of zero-emission fuel cell cars.





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