regenerative fuel cell


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regenerative fuel cell

[rē′jen·rəd·iv ′fyül ‚sel]
(electricity)
A fuel cell in which the reaction product is processed to regenerate the reactants.
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Army Missile Defense Agency (MDA) for the development of lightweight regenerative fuel cell technology for high altitude airships.
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Metallic Power recently announced it has signed a reseller agreement with the outside plant, power and services group of London, England-based telecommunications equipment, services and solutions company Marconi Corporation under which Marconi will use Metallic Power's zinc regenerative fuel cells (FCs) "in a variety of applications in the telecommunications industry.
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