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                      Fuel Cells Durability & Performance

This book provides an interdisciplinary review for fuel cell developers, manufacturers and suppliers
working in the fields of fuel cells materials, stacks, system design, fabrication, and testing. Important
topics to be addressed include:
• Factors Affecting Durability & Performance

• Electrocatalysts - The Platinum Issue

• Testing, Protocols, Balance of Plant

• Beyond PEM

• Membranes and MEAs


Application Manager
Business Development Manager
Chemical Engineer
Chief Technology Officer
Development Engineer
Director of Manufacturing
Director of Marketing
Director of Technology
Manager for Test Engineering
President & CEO
Program Manager
R&D Chemist
R&D Engineer
Research Engineer
Research Scientist
Technology Development Manager
Vice President of Research
Vice President of Technology

Table of Contents:

DOE Fuel Cell R&D Activities: Transportation, Stationary, and Portable Power Applications
Terry Payne, PhD, PE, Technology Development Manager, and Nancy Garland, PhD, Acting Fuel Cell
Team Leader, Office of Hydrogen, Fuel Cells and Infrastructure Technologies, U.S. Department of
The Department of Energy’s Hydrogen Program initiated new research and development projects
aimed at reducing component cost and increasing stack durability and performance of transportation
and stationary fuel cells. Updated progress in the Program including highlights from the new projects
includes operation of a membrane electrode assembly over 7300 with voltage cycling. Market
transformation activities in the Program such as forklifts for distribution centers and fuel cells for
backup power will be discussed.

FCV Development at Nissan - Current Status and Future Perspective
Kev Adjemian, Nissan Research Center, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan
Nissan Motor Company has recently developed their latest generation in-house stack which possesses
many enhancements over the previous generation. Compared to the former stack, this design has
doubled the power density and provides a longer lifetime while simultaneously reducing the overall
cost. This has been accomplished with the development of an ultra-thin metal separator which has
increased the maximum power by 40 kW, reaching a total of 130 kW. Additionally, the platinum usage
has been halved which has resulted in both an increase in durability and a reduction of cost. Future
research will be focused on additional enhancements of the stack and system in order to achieve FCV
commercialization under the Nissan Green Program.

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