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March 2009, the 1st High Performance Electronic Controllable 5KW PEM Fuel Cell Power Unit Was Successfully Commissioned in Singapore--Nanyang Technological University (School of EEE) 4th Dec 2009, the Complete Integrated System of 1KW PEM Fuel Cell Electrical Power Generator with Hydrogen Leak Detecting System were Successfully Installed and Commissioned in UTM (Universiti of Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai)--The Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Design & Build A Single-Axis PV (Maximum PV Modules Installed 3 X 175Wp Monocrystalline PV) Tracker for Ngee Ann Polytechnic was Delivered in Oct 2009 To Supply & Install ITE (Dover Campus) Project for Roof Mounting of 200W Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) System at 4th January 2010. Shell Eco-Marathon 2010 (Solar-Powered Motors Category)--Supply a Complete Flexible PV system to ITE (Dover Campus). Shell Eco-Marathon 2010 (Electric Motors Category)--Design, Supply & Install a Complete PEM Fuel Cell Powered System for ITE (Dover Campus). Two-Sets of 99.9999% @ 500 ml/min. (max. delivery pressure at 6 bar) Water-Electrolysis Hydrogen Generators were installed and commissioned in Nanyang Polytechnic in Dec. 2010. Self-Sustainable Solar-Hydrogen Fuel Cell System--Design, Supply & Install an Integrated 300W PEM Fuel Cell Powered System, 4X900NL Canisters & 60slph Water Electrolysed Hydrogen Generator for ITE (West Campus) in April 2011. NeuroFlash had designed and delivered the Fuel Cell R&D Kit to Nanyang Polytechnic in May 2011. Successfully Delivered & Commissioned a System of PEM Fuel Cell Test Station for Republic Polytechnic (School of Engineering) at 28th October 2011. Completion Work of Retrofitted and Modified the Nanyang Polytechnics (School of Engineering-Life Science & Chemical Process) Existing PEM Fuel Cell Monitoring Station at 9th November 2011. 22nd Aug. 2013, delivered 40-sets of 95Wp Mono-PV to Nanyang Technological University (Earth Observation Lab). 12th Dec. 2013, Solar-Powered Water-Mill Project for Kranji Primary School. 13th Jan. 2014, delivered 20-sets of 95Wp and 2-sets of 50Wp Mono-PV to Nanyang Technological University (Earth Observation Lab). 14th July 2014, delivered 60-sets of 100Wp Mono-PV to Nanyang Technological University (Earth Observation Lab). 28th July 2015, Completed the Project (PV Solutions for Pond Pump and Charging Station) for National Junior College. 22nd Oct. 2015, Completed installation of Wind-Solar Hybrid Power System for Temasek Junior College. In Dec. 2015, Supply & Delivery a package of 500W PEM Fuel Cell System, DC-DC-Converter, 1000W Supercapacitor & Hydrogen Leak Detector for Shell Eco-Marathon 2016 (Electric Motors Category--to ITE (West Campus).
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Nov 19, 2009

Smart grid comes to S'pore

By Jessica Cheam
Pilot on multiple sites
THE IES pilot project will be implemented on multiple sites, with the main location at the Nanyang Technological University.

It will also be implemented at the neighbouring CleanTech Park at Jalan Bahar, as well as selected residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

This will facilitate a comprehensive evaluation of various applications and communication methods for different building configurations, said EMA.


The Energy Market Authority (EMA) chief executive Lawrence Wong on Thursday launched a pilot project for an 'Intelligent Energy System' (IES). -- ST PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER LOH NJ

SINGAPORE will soon have its first smart grid which will feature intelligent machines that speak to each other and enable consumers to monitor and optimise their power usage.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) chief executive Lawrence Wong on Thursday launched a pilot project for an 'Intelligent Energy System' (IES).

The project will test a range of smart grid technologies to enhance the capabilities of Singapore's power grid infrastructure and signals a new era for smart energy systems in Singapore, said Mr Wong.

'With this pilot, we will lay the foundations for an even more intelligent energy system in Singapore. We will bring the capabilities of our power grid to the next level and ensure that our electricity infrastructure is ready for the future,' said Mr Wong at the Smart Grids 2009 Summit, held as part of the Singapore International Energy Week,

The EMA will be working on this project with various government agencies, including the Economic Development Board, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, the Housing & Development Board, the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore and the National Environment Agency.

For more detail, please click the following link: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_456443.html

Nov 19, 2009

Test-bed for clean energy

Power grid will harness electricity from variety of renewable sources

By Grace Chua

Pulau Ubin could be powered by the sun, wind and even waste in a year or two, when it becomes a test-bed for clean-energy technologies. --PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER

PULAU Ubin could be powered by the sun, wind and even waste in a year or two, when it becomes a test-bed for clean-energy technologies.

An intelligent power grid will be set up on the island - to harness electricity from a variety of renewable power sources, and then regulate the flow of the power generated. A smart grid gets around the uncertainty of relying on one source of energy, which can make power supply patchy if, say, the wind dies down.

The Energy Market Authority (EMA) is calling for clean-energy companies to propose plans for such a grid.

If the experiment on the rustic island succeeds, the technology can later be applied to the generation and distribution of power on mainland Singapore.
Smart grids being tested in Germany and the United States hold the promise of a steady electricity supply at lower cost and with less waste.

Clean-energy technologies include the conversion of sunlight into electricity, and the use of the sun's heat to boil water and thus producing steam to drive turbines. Biofuels in the form of algae and waste are another energy source.

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Read the full story in Thursday's edition of The Straits Times.

For more detail, please click the following link: http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_456300.html

Electronic Controllable Air-Hydrogen PEM Fuel Cell Power Unit
Supplied and commissioned at 10th March 2009, Tuesday by NeuroFlash Pte Ltd.


Client: Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (School of Elecetrical, Electronics Engineering)

For the detail of the technical specifications, please refer to the following website: http://www.fuelcellhub.com/Mall.php?Category=66.

Otherwise contact us at:
Tel: +65 6745 1993
Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Nov 8, 2008

The clean-energy island

Island to become model 'green island' powered by clean and renewable energy


By Tania Tan & Amresh Gunasingham

 

Aside from solar panels and using waste as fuel for energy generation, electricity could also be produced on Pula Ubin from a hydrogen fuel cell plant, bio-fuels or turbines powered by wind or waves. The project, slated for completion in May, will look at how much energy is needed by residents on the 10 sq km island, and the most cost effective combination of renewable energy technologies that can be used. -- PHOTO: BCA

For more detail, please click the following link:
http://www.straitstimes.com/ Breaking%2BNews/ Singapore/ Story/ STIStory_299841.html

     
 

The 3rd Generation PEM Fuel Cell Powered Bicycle on Sales
--the well selling product in Europe.

Aluminum Alloy Frame6.5% lighter than last generation but more robust;

Optimized structureNew design ensures a more compact structure which integrates fuel cells, metal hydride tanks and bicycle together. The tanks are easily disassembled in new design;

Compliance with CE certificateThe bicycle has achieved with CE certificate. The front light, rear light and spoke reflectors ensure you a safer ride at night. The fuel cells and metal hydride tanks also are in compliance with CE certificate;

Foldable structureThe frame, handlebar and peddlers are foldable. It can save 12% space compared to the folded state of last generation fuel cell bicycle. It can be easier for transportation;

Better TransmissionThe bicycle is equipped with six gears.

Please contact us for more detail:
Tel: +65 6745 1993
Email: [email protected]

 

Producing your own hydrogen
from waste aluminum metal and water

2Al + 2NaOH + 6H2O = 2NaAl(OH)4 + 3H2

 The product specification of the Hydrogen Generator:

Main Features:

O Low cost
O No need of grid power
O Highly pure hydrogen yielded
O Adjustable output pressure

Main specifications:

# Model:                                             HGA100
# Weight:                                            18Kg
# Dimensions:                                   550×450×200mm
# Capacity (per Al charge):             100NL
# Hydrogen purity:                           >99.999%
# Output pressure:                           1.5-2.0MPa

Applications:

 Lab instruments, such as gas chromatograph
 Hydrogen charger for metal hydride tank
 Outdoor cooking
 Emergency relief site
 More……….

Please contact us for more detail:
Tel: +65 6745 1993
Email: [email protected]

 

Fuel Cell Competition in Singapore

Please click the following for detail,

PRIME Fuel Cell 2008

 

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