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Arotech Corporation - Common (NASDAQ: ARTX) Arotech Corporation is a leading provider of quality defense and security products for the military, law enforcement and homeland security markets, including multimedia interactive simulators/trainers, lightweight armoring and advanced zinc-air and lithium batteries and chargers. Arotech operates through three major business divisions: Armor, Simulation and Security and Battery and Power Systems.

Astris Energi Inc. (OTCBB: ASRNF) - Low cost fuel cells that can operate in all environmental conditions. Astris is a late-stage development company committed to becoming the leading provider of affordable, non-platinum Alkaline Fuel Cells and fuel cell generators internationally. Over the past 21 years, more than $17 million has been spent on the development of Astris' AFC. The company has started pilot production of its POWERSTACK™ technology at its plant in the Czech Republic. Astris is the only publicly traded company in North America focused exclusively on the alkaline fuel cell.

Avista Corporation (NYSE: AVA) is an energy company involved in the production, transmission and distribution of energy as well as other energy-related businesses. Avista Labs, a wholly owned subsidiary of Avista Corp. currently markets three Independence (TM) fuel cell products for commercial and industrial back up power solutions in the 50-watt to five-kilowatt range. Its patented modular cartridge technology (TM) allows Avista Labs to provide customers the ability to perform maintenance while the system continues to operate, increasing the reliability of the system. Avista Labs is a leader in the development and marketing of modular Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cells. The company markets a variety of commercially available fuel cells using its patented Modular Cartridge Technology (TM).

Ballard Power Systems (BLD:TSX; BLDP: NASDAQ)is recognized as the world leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing zero-emission proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells for transportation and power generation applications. Ballard is also commercializing electric drives for fuel cell and other electric vehicles, power conversion products, and is a Tier 1 automotive supplier of friction materials for power train components. Ballard's focus is on further enhancing product performance, reducing costs, designing market-viable products, developing additional volume-manufacturing capabilities, and continuing to build customer and supplier relationships. Ballard is partnering with strong, world-leading companies, including DaimlerChrysler, Ford, EBARA, ALSTOM and FirstEnergy, to commercialize Ballard(R) fuel cells. Ballard has supplied fuel cells to Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen, Yamaha and Cinergy, among others.

Ceres Power Ord 5P (LS: CWR)

Direct FuelCells (DFC) efficiently generate clean electricity at distributed locations near the customer, including hospitals, schools, universities, hotels and other commercial and industrial facilities, as well as in grid support applications for utility customers. In essence, Direct FuelCells are like large, continuously operating batteries that generate electricity as long as fuel, such as natural gas, is supplied. The Company has developed commercial distribution alliances for its carbonate Direct FuelCell technology with MTU CFC Solutions Gmbh, a company of DaimlerChrysler AG, in Europe; Marubeni Corporation in Asia; and Caterpillar, PPL Energy Plus and Chevron Energy Solutions, in the U.S. FuelCell Energy is developing Direct FuelCell technology for stationary power plants with the U.S. Department of Energy through their Office of Fossil Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory.

DCH Technology, Inc (OTC.PK: DCHT)

Distributed Energy (DESC) is the parent company of two established businesses: Proton Energy Systems, Inc. (Proton) and Northern Power Systems, Inc. (Northern). Proton develops technology related to hydrogen production and fuel cell applications. Northern designs and integrates projects that meet critical energy needs with an array of proven technologies, including renewables, combustion and batteries.

Dynetek Industries Ltd. (TSX:DNK) designs, produces and markets one of the lightest  and most advanced fuel storage and refueling systems for compressed natural gas, low emission vehicles and compressed hydrogen, zero-emission fuel cell vehicles. Dynetek is recognized around the world for its solutions-of-choice to the alternate fuel vehicle sector, evidenced by strategic relationships with major manufacturers around the globe.

Ener1, Inc., (ENEIE.OB) Ener1, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the development and marketing of lithium batteries. It also offers battery components, including electrodes, fuel cells, fuel cell systems and components, and nanotechnology-related manufacturing processes and materials. The company's products and product designs consist of primary (nonrechargeable) battery cells, secondary (rechargeable) battery cells, battery packs, and electronics for controlling the operation of the cells and packs. It also develops vacuum deposition system process for depositing ‘thin films' in layers on substrates used to form manufactured components. In addition, it develops fuel cell components and systems and provides testing services for fuel cell components. The company serves power tools and industrial equipment, medical devices, hybrid vehicle propulsion, and military communications markets. The company was founded in 1985 as Boca Research, Inc. and changed its name to Inprimis, Inc. in 2000 and to Ener1, Inc. in 2002. Ener1 is headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Entegris (ENTG) is a materials integrity management leader in high technology. Entegris products purify, protect and transport critical materials within diverse industries such as semiconductor, data storage, chemical processing and fuel cell.

Fuel Cell Energy (NASDAQ: FCEL) based in Danbury, Connecticut, is a world leader in the development and manufacture of highly efficient hydrogen fuel cells for clean electric power generation, currently offering DFC stationary power plant products ranging in size from 250 kilowatts to 2 megawatts for applications up to 50 megawatts.

Fuel Cell Tech Corp (TSX: FCT) Over the past decade, FCT has designed and built custom fuel cell power systems. Fuel cell systems are the future of power generation because of their environmental benefits and high efficiency. FCT's SOFC systems are designed to operate on a variety of readily available fuels and provide a highly efficient, environmentally friendly method to produce on-site electricity and heat that can be used in a variety of remote, commercial, industrial and residential applications. FCT is now delivering to customers around the world.

HydroGen Corporation (OTCBB: HYDG) HydroGen Corporation, through its wholly-owned subsidiary, HydroGen, LLC, is a developer of multi-megawatt fuel cell systems utilizing its proprietary 400-kilowatt phosphoric acid fuel (PAFC) cell technology. Utilizing fuel cell technology originally developed by Westinghouse Corporation, the company targets market applications where hydrogen is currently available and other drivers favoring the adoption of fuel cells are present.

Hydrogen Engine Center - Algona, Iowa based Hydrogen Engine Center, Inc. (OTCBB: HYEG) - alternative-fuel power solutions. HEC engineers, manufactures and sells flex-fuel spark-ignited internal combustion engines for the industrial and power generation markets. HEC's professionals includes trendsetters in mechanical and electrical engineering, design and specialty applications. The company has made several advances that can increase the durability and efficiency of today's internal-combustion industrial engine while also lowering emission outputs.

Hydrogenics Corporation (HYGS: NASDAQ; HYG: TSX) is a leading clean power generation company, engaged in the commercialization of fuel cell technology and test stations for fuel cells. The combined Company now has an installed base of over 350 test stations worldwide, serving approximately 50 customer sites throughout Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Japan, China, Korea, Netherlands, France, Germany and Sweden. The company is building a sustainable business, in a potential "game changing technology" for transportation, stationary and portable power. Hydrogenics, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, has operations in British Columbia, Canada, Japan, the United States and Germany.

KEMET Corporation (KEM) together with its subsidiaries, is a manufacturer of tantalum and multilayer ceramic capacitors and solid aluminum capacitors. It manufactures a line of capacitors, including tantalum, multilayer ceramic and solid aluminum. The Company manufactures these types of capacitors in many different sizes and configurations. It produces surface-mount capacitors, which are attached directly to the circuit board without lead wires, and leaded capacitors, which are attached to the circuit board using lead wires. The Company's products include KO-CAPs, AO-CAPs and MATs. Its customers include Alcatel, Arrow Electronics, Avnet, Celestica, Compaq, Dell, Delphi, Flextronics, Hewlett-Packard, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), Intel, Jabil, Jaco, Lucent Technologies, Motorola, Nokia, Pioneer, Qualcomm, Sanmina-SCI, Siemens, Solectron, TTI and Visteon.

Manhattan Scientifics Inc. (OTCBB: MHTX), is a technology development company working in the fields of alternative energy, fuel cell technologies and computer haptics technology. The company's facilities are in Los Alamos, Albuquerque and New York City. Copies of Manhattan Scientifics' press releases, current quotes, stock charts and other investor information may be found at http://www.hawkassociates.com and http://www.americanmicrocaps.com .

Mechanical Technology Incorporated (NASDAQ: MKTY) is primarily engaged in the development of direct methanol micro fuel cells through its subsidiary MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc., and in the design, manufacture, and sale of high-performance test and measurement instruments and systems through its subsidiary MTI Instruments, Inc. fuel cell is an energy-generating device that creates power through the chemical reaction of a fuel in the presence of a catalyst. MTI MicroFuel Cells Inc. (MTI Micro) is developing micro fuel cell power systems as a future power supply for portable electronic devices such as: military communications devices and equipment and cell phones. Mechanical Technology also co-founded and retains a significant interest in Plug Power Inc., a leading manufacturer of fuel cells, and the Company also has an interest in SatCon Technology Corporation, which develops power electronics and energy management products.

Medis Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: MDTL) is involved in the development of highly advanced technology products primarily related to sources of clean energy for the 21st Century. Medis' primary focus is on direct liquid fuel cell technology. Its business strategy is to license or sell its technologies to, or enter into joint ventures with, large international corporations. The first planned commercial fuel cell product is the Power Pack, an auxiliary power source for operating and charging a portable device such as a cell phone or PDA. The Power Pack allows the user of a cell phone whose battery is discharged, to operate the phone at the same time as it charges the battery. The Power Pack prototype for the cell phone has demonstrated the ability to provide about nine hours of talk time for each fueling, with a fuel cartridge replacing the fuel and electrolyte in a matter of seconds and providing an additional nine hours for each refueling. In addition to its fuel cell technology, Medis' product pipe line, in varying stages of development, includes highly conductive polymers, stirling cycle system and toroidal engine. Medis has also developed the CellScan with many potential applications relating to disease diagnostics and chemo sensitivity.

Millennium Cell Inc. (NASDAQ: MCEL) Founded in 1998, Millennium Cell is based in Eatontown, NJ has invented, patented, and developed a proprietary process that takes advantage of the inherent energy density of boron-hydrogen compounds, but that allows this energy to be accessed in a straightforward way. This process, called Hydrogen on Demand™, safely generates high-purity hydrogen from environmentally friendly raw materials. The produced hydrogen can then be consumed in a fuel cell or hydrogen-burning engine to produce useful power. The "hydrogen" is stored at ambient conditions in a non-flammable liquid "fuel" - an aqueous solution of sodium borohydride, NaBH4. Sodium borohydride is made from borax, a material that is found in substantial natural reserves globally. The process supplies pure hydrogen for energy applications without the need (and associated energy penalties) for compression or liquefaction. Hydrogen produced by this system can be used for numerous applications, addressing a wide range of power requirements. The primary input components of the reaction are water and sodium borohydride, a derivative of borax. Borax is found in substantial natural reserves globally. Hydrogen from this system can be used to power fuel cells or fed directly to internal combustion engines. Millennium cell also has a patented design for boron-based longer-life batteries.

Pacific Fuel Cell Corp (OTCBB: PFCE) Pacific Fuel Cell Corp. The Group's principal activities are to develop and produce low cost fuel cells for personal electronics or other applications. It uses platinum, a precious metal, as the catalyst for hydrogen to separate into a proton and electron. It has operations in the United States. The Group is in its development stage.

Palcan Power Systems, Inc. (TSX-V:  PC) The Company is a leading developer and manufacturer of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell systems under 5 kilowatts and metal hydride hydrogen storage products. The Company's proprietary and patent pending technologies form the core of the PalPacTM Power Products. A unique and integrated fuel cell power system aimed directly at low output applications where batteries and smaller internal combustion engines (ICE) are the power source. These include stationary, marine, military and portable power applications. The Company's manufacturing, research and development facilities are located in Burnaby, British Columbia and Jiaxing, China.

Praxair Inc (PX) - Hydrogen production www.praxair.com . Praxair is the largest producer of liquid hydrogen in the United States and supplies product to customers from its four production plants located in East Chicago, Ind.; McIntosh, Ala.; Niagara Falls, NY; and Ontario, Calif.

Proton Energy Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: PRTN) designs, develops and manufactures Proton Exchange Membrane, or PEM, electrochemical products that it employs in hydrogen generating devices and in regenerative fuel cell systems that function as power generating and energy storage devices. Proton Energy Systems builds HOGEN® PEM hydrogen generators and UNIGEN® regenerative PEM fuel cell systems. The hydrogen generator produces hydrogen from electricity and water efficiently and without harmful by-products. Their UNIGEN regenerative FC systems combine hydrogen generation technology with a FC power generator for uniquely cost-effective, pollution-free energy storage.

Plug Power Inc. (NASDAQ: PLUG) designs, manufactures and markets proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells for stationary applications. Plug Power's fuel cell systems are expected to be sold globally through a joint venture with General Electric and through DTE Energy Technologies in a four-state territory, which includes Michigan, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana. Plug was awarded seven U.S. patents during the first quarter and as a result of the merger, with H-Power acquired an additional 18 U.S. patents and four foreign patents, totaling 93 issued patents at the end of the quarter.The Company's headquarters are located in Latham, N.Y., with offices in Washington, D.C., and The Netherlands.

Power Air Corporation (OTCBB: PWAC) is an alternative energy company, which holds exclusive worldwide licensing rights for the Zinc Air Fuel Cell. PAC intends to be the first commercially viable fuel cell company, powering low cost, silent, zero emission fuel cell based products developed with OEM partners for portable, stationary, light mobility and transportation markets. PAC will initially target the Back-up and Emergency Generator market with both portable and stationary units.

Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc. (QTWW) designs, manufactures and supplies packed fuel systems to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) for use in alternative fuel vehicles and fuel cell applications. For automotive OEMs, the Company provides hydrogen systems for both internal combustion engine and fuel cell vehicles, and natural gas and propane fuel systems for internal combustion engine vehicles. In the area of hydrogen refueling infrastructure, it offers several hydrogen refueling systems focused on early infrastructure development. Quantum has product commercialization alliances with General Motors, AM General, Sumitomo and IMPCO. Quantum's customer base includes General Motors, Toyota, Opel, Hyundai, Suzuki, Ford, DaimlerChrysler, Sunline, Yamaha, AeroVironment, and the U.S. Army.

Raymor Industries Inc. (TSX-V:RAR) has for mission to be the largest Canadian developer of high technology and a producer/recycler of advanced materials and nanomaterials for high value-added applications.

SGL Carbon AG (DX:Sgl) manufactures carbon and graphite products for industrial and aerospace applications. The company operates in three segments: Carbon and Graphite, Graphite Specialties, and SGL Technologies. The Carbon and Graphite segment manufactures and markets graphite electrodes; and carbon and graphite products, such as carbon electrodes, cathodes, and furnace linings. The Graphite Specialties segment manufactures and markets graphite products for various applications and industrial sectors, including high-technology, tool manufacturing, ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy, high-temperature processes, chemicals, automotive, glass, and ceramics. The SGL Technologies segment manufactures carbon fibers, aerospace and industrial composites, expanded graphite, carbon ceramic brake discs, and fuel cell components. The company was founded in 1872. Previously, the company was known as Sigri Great Lakes Carbon GmbH and changed its name to SGL Carbon AG in 1994. SGL is headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany.

Stuart Energy Systems (TSX: HHO) is a world leading developer and supplier of integrated hydrogen solutions that use the Company's proprietary hydrogen generation water electrolysis technology with products from corporate partners to serve existing and emerging markets for power generation, transportation and industry. Stuart Energy's Hydrogen Energy Station (HES) is a turnkey, integrated hydrogen generation, compression, and storage station, capable of serving industrial, fueling and power generation applications. Stuart Energy delivered two Mobile HES vehicle-fueling systems to Ford Motor Company and the City of Chula Vista in California. Also in California, HES vehicle fueling stations were installed for each of the California Fuel Cell Partnership, of which Stuart Energy is an associate member, and for Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. at their head office in Torrance.

Syngas International Corp. (OTCBB: SYNI), an emerging leader in the development and production of hydrogen enriched alternative fuels in an environmentally responsible manner.

The BOC Group plc (BOX) has an international portfolio of companies operating as three lines of business. These are Process Gas Solutions (PGS), Industrial and Special Products (ISP) and BOC Edwards. PGS manages all aspects of BOC's business with customers requiring bulk supplies of industrial gases from onsite plants or by pipeline, as well as deliveries of liquefied gases. ISP covers BOC's business with customers in the fabrication, medical and leisure sectors, as well as the special products and liquefied petroleum gases businesses. BOC Edwards supplies bulk gases and electronic materials, vacuum and abatement technology, chemical management systems and semiconductor-related services. In addition, the Company has two separately managed specialty businesses, Afrox hospitals and Gist. Afrox hospitals owns and manages private hospitals and clinics in southern Africa. Gist has developed capability in supply chain consultancy, managed solutions and electronic commerce fulfillment services.


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